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Ill Niño – Till Death, La Familia | Album Review

Ill Niño are back with their new album Til Death, La Familia. After ten years together they are still going strong. Read here to check out what we thought.

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Back with a vengeance New Jerseys Latin infused metal band Ill Niño are releasing their upcoming album Till Death, La Familia. Ten years and still going strong, the headbanging legends have not held back in providing devoted fans with a dedicated metal blowout. Sounding better than ever, Ill Niño have truly  found their sound, and established themselves on the metal scene.

The album starts with a bang with ‘Live Like There’s No Tomorrow‘, high energy roars and snare smashing to knockout angst of living for the day, because this is all we can do. Throughout the album Ahrue Luster truly strums out some deadly solo’s, that sound so intrinsic that the hardcore vibes of the song work together to enhance the albums strengths, seen greatly in tracks such as ‘Not Alive In My Nightmare’.

Escapism and anger present in tracks such as ‘I’m Not The Enemy’, ‘Are We So Innocent’ and ‘Pray I Don’t Find You’. Cristian Machado roars his way through various elements of hardships, the classic metal tales of saying no to be pushed around, and knowing we are not alone. Uniting listeners in the clash of cymbals and aggressive energy. The album covers all bases however, with tracks such as ‘My Bullet’ which is slightly lighter in sound, and asks for a more empathetic stance towards emotional struggle.

Till Death, La Famila is the bands third album on Victory Records, comprised of 11-tracks that boast their heaviest, catchiest, most groove-oriented sounds to date. Till Death, La Familia serves as a tribute to not only the Latin community, but as a call to all brotherhoods to stay and band together.

Don’t miss the chance to see your favorites new and old played live as Ill Niño perform all summer long on the Victory Records Stage at the 2014 Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Festival.

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