Spanish Thrashers Angelus Apatrida began their journey over a decade ago. Their powerful blend of old school Thrash and an unusual modern technical approach helped them to become leaders of the game in their homeland and one of Europe’s most promising Heavy Metal newcomers, that eventually helped them signing a record deal with Century Media in 2009.
Since that moment, this relentless commando has released three albums, toured the five continents, played together with bands like Anthrax, Megadeth or Slayer and even saw their previous album, ‘Hidden Evolution’ (2015), making it to an impressive #2 in the Spanish Charts.
Their latest effort, ‘Cabaret De La Guillotine’, came out on May 4th and represents their first studio album in three years. It takes the band to a sonic landscape where they keep on rooting on their thrashing legacy, but also proves that they are also capable of building impressive melodic hooks, in a sophisticated production, wrapped up in elongated striking songs that helps them rest confident in the knowledge that they unleashed their most straight-forward & neck-breaking album to date. The album made it to another historic #4 in the Spanish Charts and was followed up by an extensive European tour with Skeletal Remains and eventually took them to Latinamerica’s biggest festival, Rock Al Parque, or Wacken in Germany, just to name a few.