Mexican death grind band Brujería put the world of cartels and ritualistic murder on wax with a brutal power equivalent to when Compton arrived in pop culture via NWA. On September 15th, the band unleashed their fifth full-length album “Esto Es Brujeria” onto the world via Nuclear Blast Records.
‘El Patrón Del Reventón’ is the latest offering from the record. The music video was produced by Ceasar “Chorro” Padilla & Juan Brujo, who commented: “Ahora si!!”
“Esto Es Brujeria” was recorded worldwide at the following studios: Dog Run Studio in Riverside, CA; Total Annihilation Studios in East Los Angeles, CA; Robanna’s in Birmingham, UK; and Audiocustom in Santiago, Chile. Production of the record was handled by the band while engineering was a joint effort between Eddie Casillas, Eddie Rivas, and Miguel Seco. The mixing and mastering of the album was completed by Seba Puente who was also a part of the engineering team. The album artwork was created by Gary Ronaldson. “Esto Es Brujeria” saw the return of their metal mascot Coco Loco who is emblazoned on the ferocious cover.
The album is available to order HERE.
On November 2nd, Brujería will kick off their ‘Esto Es Tour 2023’ in Yuma, Arizona. The 29-date trek will make stops in Dallas, Boston, and Seattle before ending in Pomona on December 10th. Joining them on the run are Piñata Protest and No/Más. Check the dates below and get your tickets HERE.