De La Tierra   De La Tierra
Release Date: 03/2014

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4.5 superbpepineitor | February 22nd 14

We wanna be the Rammstein of the Spanish language - Andreas Kisser on De La Tierra, 4.18.13. And like Rammstein, if you stripped away the vocals from De La Tierra's killer debut album, you wouldn't be able to pinpoint from which country its members hail. Still, the tag "Latin American Supergroup" consisting of members from D-Mente, Sepultura, Fabulosos Cadillacs, and Man -will follow them wherever they go. And rightly so. The rhythm section on much of De La Tierra is where the Latin American vibe truly becomes evident, a massive aural monster locked down by bassist Sr. Flavio and drummer Alex Gonzalez. That visceral pull which grabs you, forces your body to move, oozes from this record.


3.5 greatDatsNotDaMetulz | December 31st 14
2.0 poorlinguist2011 CONTRIBUTOR | March 22nd 14
3.5 greatMrAlvarado | February 27th 14

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