Canadian Thrash Legends ANONYMUS Descend Into Insanity With Music Video “Bicho Loco”

First Spanish Album “La Bestia” Out Now! via Bam&co Heavy

Hosting Live Stream Performance September 5th From Quebec City’s L’Anti Bar & Spectacles

L-R: Carlos Araya (drums), Daniel Souto (guitars), Oscar Souto (Vocals and Bass) and Jef Fortin (guitars)
Photo Credit: Dani Rod

Canadian thrash legends Anonymus are have been having a busy summer during these Covid days. Unleashing their latest album “La Bestia” via label Bam&co Heavy this past June along with launching their own IPA beer (La Microbrasserie Le Fermentor), named in honour of their first Spanish release. The band is sharing their next music video “Bicho Loco” translated to “crazy bug” in English. It was directed by Mathieu Charest who previously created their music videos ‘Suffer The Consequences’, and with Mononc Serge ‘Sous-Marin Brun’, ‘L’Age de Biere’, ‘Woodstock en Beauce’. The video also stars well known Quebec actor Martin Dubreuil and follows his character as he descends into insanity from being his own worst enemy. 

Watch the video via its premiere on Decibel Magazine along with a Q&A interview with Anonymus‘ Oscar Souto (Vocals and Bass) at the following link HERE.

The band adds about the track:

“A song about a virus, cancer, a disease, something that eats you from inside, that comes and goes without warning. You don’t want that thing in your life, but no matter what, it’s there and you have to live and deal with it. Resonates with what is definitely occurring worldwide as of this moment.”

In additional news, Anonymus will be hosting a live stream performance from L’Anti Bar & Spectacles in Quebec City on September 5th. Full details on watching the virtual concert can be found here.

On June 12th, Anonymus released their latest album “La Bestia” via label Bam&co Heavy. Known for their discography of both French and English releases, “La Bestia” is their first full length that is completely in Spanish. You may be asking why a Spanish album? Well since 3/4 of the band speaks Spanish. Drummer Carlos Araya is Chilean born, and Oscar (Lead Vocals and Bass) and Dan Souto (Guitars and Backing Vocals) are sons of Spanish immigrants it was time to make one.

The tracks on “La Bestia” were produced mainly by guitarist Jef Fortin as well as Colin Richardson who also produced 1999’s ‘Instinct’ and Jean-Francois Dagenais (Kataklysm) who produced 2006’s ‘Chapter Chaos Begins’. The album also features the bilingual song “Violencia Versus Violence” with the participation of Carlos Maldos of Lethal Creation (MX) and Arno Dhenain Le Bourhis of Black Bomb A (FR) along with a second bilingual track “Tierra” with Marco Calliari singing in Italian.

With over 2.5 million streams on Spotify, Anonymus is showing no signs of slowing down. Fans of thrash metal standbys such as Slayer and Testament will no doubt be intrigued by this new offering.

“La Bestia” album stream and download on Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer HERE.

Track Listing:
1. Bajo Presión (3:31)
2. Bicho Loco (3:58)
3. Sobrevivir (4:11)
4. Violencia Versus Violence (featuring Carlos Maldos of Lethal Creation (MX) and Arno from Black Bomb A) (4:33)
5. La Bestia (5:22)
6. Máquinas (3:32)
7. Cada loco con su tema (5:37)
8. Tierra ( Produced by Colin Richardson and Featuring Marco Calliari) (4:01)
9. Terremoto  (Produced by Jef Dagenais (Kataklysm) (3:08)
Album Length: 37:57

Album and Live Band Line Up:
Oscar Souto -Vocals/ Bass
Daniel Souto – Guitar/ Back Vocals
Jef Fortin -Guitar/ Back Vocals
Carlos Araya -Drums/ Back Vocals

For more info:
Bamand.co
Anonymusmetal.com
Facebook.com/anonymusmetal
Instagram.com/anonymusmetal1
Instagram.com/anonymusmetal_es (Spanish/Espagnol)

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