Sadismo was originally released by Power From Hell in 2007, and now it will be getting the re-releases treatment through Hells Headbangers. Power From Hell not only sound as though they were shot out of the bowels of hell, but they also sound as though they could have been around in the mid eighties combating with the likes of Bathory and Venom. Their original and raw stripped to the bone black metal is the perfect sound for your next earth scorching crusade. With the barbaric way in which Power From Hell plays, they inadvertently propel you back in time when everyone was wearing immense amounts of leather and when black metal was more occult than it is now.
Power From Hell takes absolutely no prisoners with this release, and after the brief intro they get straight into the bombastic and purely chaotic black metal. Before you know it you are headbanging with an unrivaled intensity and a mosh pit and sacrificial slaughter appear out of thin air in your living room. These sounds are the type of sounds that you cause mayhem and plenty of pandemonium to. Once you begin listening, there is no escaping the leather and debauchery fueled black metal that Power From Hell Provides.
These insane Brazilians play with an intensity that is unmatched and play with a rawness that hasn’t really been heard since, well, either Bathory or Venom back in the day. Sadismo is lunacy and pure turmoil at its finest, and when it was first released nine years ago there is no doubt that it caused quite a stir, and now that it is back there is no telling what will happen. Sadismo is a black metal storm that can tear you to shreds if you are not careful.
Within this release you find ten very crude songs-and one demo-that are in your face from beginning to end. Each song stirs you into a demonic frenzy that Power Of Hell only could. After a listen you feel evil, sordid and utterly filthy as there isn’t much you can do to hold back your desire to pillage and burn your town to the ground. Sadismo is powerful and sucks the soul right out of you.
Power Of Hell provides you with menacing black metal with innocence shredding riffs coupled with skin flaying solos wherever you turn, skull fracturing drumming, thick bass lines and otherworldly vocals that sound as though they may have been recorded with Belial himself. No matter which way you slice it, this release is thrashing madness at its finest. It gets you up and moving, it turns your soul inside out, and best of all it keeps you headbanging well after the last song has stopped.
Sadismo was an infectious release those nine years ago when it was first released and it still is that damning and infectious release now. Thrash around like a mad man to it, destroy some shit, headbang to some solid black metal and witness the brute strength of Power Of Hell.