The band hails from Bogota, Colombia. In 2011 they released 'Abyssmal Hymns For Satan', a quite traditional black metal title. Now, I'm not familiar with the previous effort but I can definitely say that 'Biomechanical Messiah' is a pulverising nuclear bomb, somewhere between Limbonic Art and Krisiun I guess. The tempo is deadly, the grunts and screams are fearsome and the riffs grind, gnaw and tear flesh like there's no tomorrow.
In fact, I took me a while before I actually believed that this was a human drumming. For a brief moment I even thought 'Imperial Satanic Artillery' was supported by real artillery. The inhuman speed make this is a very intense album, even more intense than most black and death metal albums. It has a mechanical effect, much indeed like some industrial acts, and it almost constantly drills holes in the listener's brain. And it never ends, the punishing just goes on and on.
Extreme metal fans can and should not ignore this album. With songs like 'There's No God At All', 'Sadism Ex Machina' and 'Goatlust', these Columbians have managed to write something that would even impress the most die-hard metal heads. Headbanging to this stunning piece of work is nearly impossible. Best thing you can do is lay on the floor and let the massively spiked steamroller crush you until there's no drop of blood left in your body. This is insane stuff, period.