Mon. Jun 24th, 2024

Headspawn criticizes Brazilian government neglect in their new single

Brazilian Groove Metal band from Joao Pessoa, Paraiba, HEADSPAWN, recently released “Worhtless Piece Of Shit (Live)”, third single taken from their forthcoming new EP “Pretty Ugly People Live”, recorded live, but without an audience due to the restrictions brought on by the pandemic. With audio production once again, the responsibility of Victor Hugo Targino (Cangaço, Forahneo, Omago) and video by Jobson Andrade, the band energetically and cohesively simulated what is to come from now on when the shows return for real.

“Worthless Piece Of Shit”, third and penultimate single from the forthcoming new EP “Pretty Ugly People Live” was released on February 4th and is a track that talks about the situation of poverty or extreme poverty that a quarter of the Brazilian population suffers hungry, unemployed and without government support, all made worse by the country’s disastrous conduct during the pandemic time. The reasons why Brazil plunged into this situation will never be known, so, showing all the musicians’ dissatisfaction, they directed the theme of this track to all representatives of the extreme right, politicians and unscrupulous religious leaders – aka guilty – who are killing the suffering Brazilian people.

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