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Sunday, 8 July 2012

Profecium - Socialismo Satánico [1997]

Arguably the first RABM (Red and Anarchist black metal) album, this is as much a piece of history as a piece of music. Also one of the first Argentinian extreme metal bands, Profecium were innovators in every sense of the word. It's all in Spanish, but there isn't much ambiguity to 'Proletarios Uníos' and the like.

N.B. Sound quality sucks, but it's probably a third or fourth generation tape rip, and it's really difficult to find a better version.

Re-upload notes: Haven't listened to this one in a while, but I remember it being pretty good. Go for it. Don't let the politics put you off.

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