Rodrigo y Gabriela Post Free MP3
2009-08-26 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 21 Comments

Mexican flamenco-metal duo Rodrigo y Gabriela have made a new track entitled 'Buster Voodoo' available for free download.

The pair's new album, 11:11, is scheduled for release on September 8 via Rubyworks/ATO.

http://www.archive.org/download/RodrigoYGabriela-BusterVoodoo/RodGabBuster.mp3

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Spare
August 26th 2009

5270 Comments


flamenco-metal sounds badass, will listen probably

tables
August 26th 2009

125 Comments


man i love these guys. god damn another album to get this year

Boognish
August 26th 2009

1003 Comments


The type of music that they play in coffee shops. Listening to this stuff actually makes me feel sick after a while

EasternLight
August 26th 2009

2700 Comments


its so crazy it makes you sick. fuck yes.

Spare
August 26th 2009

5270 Comments


idk this is kinda badass

foreverendeared
August 26th 2009

14678 Comments


"The type of music that they play in coffee shops. Listening to this stuff actually makes me feel sick after a while"

whaaaat that's retarded because Rodrigo y Gabriela rule

Bfhurricane
August 26th 2009

6197 Comments


I don't know why these guys are considered in any way and any form metal. They might be influenced, but it's purely commercial flamenco. If you want quality flamenco, listen to Paco Pena.

McDiggitz
August 26th 2009

76 Comments


"The type of music that they play in coffee shops. Listening to this stuff actually makes me feel sick after a while"

what the hell coffee shops do you sit in buddy? Coffee shops around me play jam-bandy hippie non-sense and easy listening, not high-energy Mexican acoustic.

"I don't know why these guys are considered in any way and any form metal. They might be influenced, but it's purely commercial flamenco. If you want quality flamenco, listen to Paco Pena."

They do not consider themselves flamenco OR metal. Go buy an album. Right inside their self-titled in big bold print it says "We are NOT flamenco." They say they are spanish influenced with metal roots (they both used to be in metal bands) but they do not claim to be either anymore. That's strictly the uninformed masses not knowing how flamenco is played, only how it sounds.

Alien Six
August 26th 2009

80 Comments


People have fallen into describing them as flamenco/metal for two very good reason's (I think). 1) Gabriela's strumming is easiest to describe as flamenco style because that's what it sounds closest to that most people can identify. 2) The metal part is because it does really sound like acoustic metal in alot of songs, and the fact that they were members of metal bands, and that they love metal.

Are they really flamenco and metal? No. But it sure gives you some idea of what they sound like.

At their shows they cover Slayer and Metallica songs (among others) with their own little twist. Before their shows start the music playing at the venue is usually metal/metallish.

Don't have to get all up in arms about it.

Anyway, they're sick musicians and their self-titled is always in my regular rotation.

rikkisteve
August 26th 2009

43 Comments


I just happened to walk into Amoeba one day and they were playing a live show. Literally changed my life. I can't wait for their new CD. Their cover of Orion is so good.

Poet
August 26th 2009

5921 Comments


This album is going to rule. September will probably be the best month of music for the entire year.

Boognish
August 26th 2009

1003 Comments


So this is some kind of flamenco band right

LepreCon
August 26th 2009

3853 Comments


Met these two on a few occasions, they're great laughs. Also their music rules, who cares how its classified?

Digging: Overkill - White Devil Armory

Boognish
August 26th 2009

1003 Comments


fucking flamenco scumbags

ant4tbc
August 26th 2009

373 Comments


^^^
gtfo.

These guys rule.

Bfhurricane
August 26th 2009

6197 Comments


That's strictly the uninformed masses not knowing how flamenco is played, only how it sounds.


I've played classical guitar for 5 years now and am quite aware of the playing style of flamenco. I have their debut, and I really like it, my whole point is that it's more like commericial flamenco than metal at all. This is flamenco with a modern spin and style.

Taxt
August 26th 2009

621 Comments


Woo!
New song is pretty awesome.

Teddy Picker
August 26th 2009

280 Comments


Its good and all, but I could see how every song would sound the same after a while.

ohcleverhansyou
August 27th 2009

885 Comments


Rarely are bands so slammed for what genre they may or may not be. As I know nothing about flamenco, sometimes I call it that, though I know it's not. Whatever, I enjoy the music.

yas666eer
August 27th 2009

270 Comments


the new ablum is going to be gooood :]

ianjulian
August 28th 2009

625 Comments


great duo

Digging: Trioscapes - Digital Dream Sequence



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