Brujerizmo

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Brujerizmo
Studio album by Brujeria
Released November 7, 2000
Recorded 1999–2000
Genre Groove metal, extreme metal
Label Roadrunner
Producer Güero Sin Fe, Asesino, Juan Brujo
Brujeria chronology
Marijuana (EP)
(2000)
Brujerizmo
(2000)
Mextremist! Greatest Hits
(2001)

Brujerizmo is the third studio album by Brujeria. Brujerizmo featured a more clear and refined sound as opposed to the grindcore/deathgrind style of the previous albums.

Reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars link
NME 8/10 stars link

Brujerizmo was nominated for Best Rock Album at the 2000 Latin Grammy Awards.

CMJ (2/12/01, p. 37) - "Machete death metal...more venomous and hotter than a Habanero pepper....Juan Brujo's growling political rants strike out against hate, racism and xenophobia."

Melody Maker (11/28/00, p. 52) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "Wonderfully demented thrash....this is south-of-the-border murderous noise, absolutely bereft of anything approaching accessibility....here's a record your parents will worry about you owning."

NME (12/9/00, p. 45) - 8 out of 10 - "They take a hyper-violent idea to its logical, bowel-churning and comically thrilling end."[1]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by Brujeria

  1. "Brujerizmo" – 3:50 ("Witchcraft")
  2. "Vayan Sin Miedo" – 2:16 ("Go Without Fear")
  3. "La Traición" – 1:57 ("The Betrayal")
  4. "Pititis Te Invoco" – 2:24 ("Pititis I Invoke You")
  5. "Laboratorio Cristalitos" – 1:31 ("Meth Lab")
  6. "Division del Norte" – 3:51 ("Northern Division")
  7. "Marcha de Odio" – 2:49 ("March of Hate")
  8. "Anti-Castro" – 2:33 ("Anti-Castro")
  9. "Cuiden a los Niños" – 3:30 ("Take Care of the Kids")
  10. "El Bajón" – 1:59 ("El Bajón" is an expression to refer to when you stop being high, particularly if it is sudden)
  11. "Mecosario" – 2:47 ("Cumasaurous")
  12. "El Desmadre" – 1:41 ("The Excess")
  13. "Sida de la Mente" – 4:36 ("AIDS of the Mind")

Personnel[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Brujeria - Brujerizmo CD Album". Cduniverse.com. 2000-11-07. Retrieved 2012-02-09.