Multi-camera footage of NERVOSA — the all-female thrash metal act from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil — performing on March 30 at Hangar 110 in São Paulo can be seen below. Joining the band for the performance was special guest, TORTURE SQUAD drummer Amilcar Christófaro.
NERVOSA's debut album, "Victim Of Yourself", was released on March 11 in North America via Napalm Records. The production, recording, mixing and mastering were taken care of by Heros Trench and Pompeu, both of the veteran Brazilian metal band KORZUS. The recordings took place at the studio Mr. Som, where NERVOSA recorded its first EP, entitled "Time Of Death", in 2012.
According to a press release, "the all-female thrash metal combo pushes the pedal to the metal and offers the listener high-speed riffs, furious drumming and raging leads. The songs have a brutal and raw energy and are crowned by murderous hooks and the aggressive vocals by bassist Fernanda Lira."
"Victim Of Yourself" track listing:
02. Twisted Values
03. Justice Be Done
04. Wake Up and Fight
05. Nasty Injury
07. Morbid Courage
09. Into Mosh Pit
10. Deep Misery
11. Victim of Yourself
12. Uranio Em Nos
Fernanda Lira - Vocals, Bass
Prika Amaral - Guitar, Backing Vocals
Pitchu Ferraz - Drums
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