Motosierra, the cut throat speed-rock outfit from Montevideo, Uruguay have re-started the machine and graced the masses with a new 7” EP entitled Buzo Nuevo/La Marcos via the Spaghetty Town imprint.
This EP clocks in under 5:00 of blistering music which combines balls out punk rock fury and a hard rock groove with lyrics shouted in their regional Spanish dialect. Rock n’ roll is dead? What does that even mean!? From the sounds of it, groups like Thin Lizzy, Negative Approach and Nashville Pussy STILL leave a considerable impact across the earth to this day and this 7” is proof of that. The A-side “Buzo Nuevo” could have very well been a song that Valient Thorr wrote during their tour through South America last year, only to be given to these guys to go nuts with. The B-side rips through a minute and a half of stripped down, explosive punk with singer Marcos Motosierra’s snarling vocals lending the impression that their hiatus didn’t let up on them in any way. These guys are tight throughout the recording. Don’t expect any shout-along choruses or themes/messages in their songs; this is not that kind of band, just look at the 7” artwork. Play this loud, with your buds and plenty of Norteńa to pass around in the process. HAILS!
Grab a copy of the 7” for yourself over at Spaghetty Town Records and experience all that is mentioned above.
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