Death dealers Impureza have developed their own unique style since the release of their first album, combining elements of Spanish and flamenco music with death metal. On new single “Sangre Para Los Dioses” (“Blood for the Gods” in English), the quintet demonstrate an even tighter control over their fusion of death metal and flamenco, incorporating the latter in flourishes and as an interlude in the second half of the song.
“In the name of their gods, the Aztec people make human sacrifices in order to feed and honor their divinities,” Impureza tell Decibel. “These sacrifices and rituals allow to preserve the balance of nature and thus bring prosperity and protection to the whole dynasty. The Aztec vow an adoration and submission cult to their gods. The rite of human sacrifice is practiced regularly and massively.
We are proud to present ‘Sangre Para Los Dioses!’ This title alone, represents the very essence of Impureza’s universe, a condensed version of our Iberian roots and a total fusion between extreme music and Spanish sounds.”
Listen to “Sangre Para Los Dioses” below. La Caída De Tonatiuh is due out November 10 on Season of Mist. Pre-order it here.