Alpha WolfHunters conducted an interview with vocalist Cristian Machado of New Jersey/New York's ILL NIÑO. You can now watch the chat below.
ILL NIÑO's latest video, "La Epidemia", features a guest appearance by EMMURE frontman Frankie Palmeri. The clip was filmed on September 29, 2012 at The Rave in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
"La Epidemia" comes off ILL NIÑO's new album, "Epidemia", which was released on October 22, 2012 via Victory Records.
The recording sessions for "Epidemia" took place in Hoboken, New Jersey; Austin, Texas; and Denver, Colorado.
For nearly fifteen years, ILL NIÑO has gained a loyal and dedicated fan base while creating its own unique style of Latin-influenced, aggressive metal.
Utilizing bilingual vocals, Latin/tribal rhythms and powerful melodies, "Epidemia" is bound to spread worldwide.
"Epidemia" track listing:
01. The Depression 02. Only The Unloved 03. La Epidemia 04. Eva 05. Demi-God 06. Death Wants More 07. Escape 08. Time Won't Save You 09. Forgive Me Father... 10. Invisible People
ILL NIÑO drummer Dave Chavarri previously stated about "Epidemia": "This time around, we want to explore Latin and tribal rhythms we have never explored in the past five releases, giving us no musical boundaries at all."
"La Epidemia" video:
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