Death-doom Outfit PROSCRITO Drop New Single, “Marcado por la Pezuña”!

Italian death-doom miscreants PROSCRITO has just dropped a new single for the track, “Marcado por la Pezuña”. The track comes from the band’s debut album, Llagas y Estigmas, which will release internationally on January 27th via Memento Mori. Check out the new track below, along with more info on the upcoming album.

From The Press Release

Today, Italian doom-death scumbags Proscrito premiere the new track “Marcado por la Pezuña” at heavily trafficked web-portal The track hails from the band’s striking debut album, Llagas y Estigmas, set for international release on January 27th via Memento Mori. Hear Proscrito‘s “Marcado por la Pezuña” in its entirety exclusively HERE.

Proscrito was born from the ashes of the sloppier incarnation known as Calvario in 2016, paying homage to the too-doomed-to-be-dead/too-dead-to-be-doomed parts of releases like Satanic RitesErupted EvilThe Dying TruthEmbrace the DeathMental FuneralLost ParadiseInto DarknessWorship Him, or Reflections of the Solstice, crafting slow & churning tracks that were to be (not really) perfected with the band’s debut EP, El Calvario, in 2017: a release filled with an all-encompassing passion for decay and rottenness, from the penitent and flagellant opening track “Via Crucis” to the closing instrumental mantra that is “Puteado,” pounding caveman percussion, thundering bass, and wah-soloing frenziness in between.

After three days of morbid delirium at Moontower Studios (Ataraxy, Graveyard, Oniricous, Teitanblood), once again under Javier Felez’s supervision, Proscrito‘s follow-up to the debut EP took form with some more echoes to the days of yore, as a full-length frontal assault titled Llagas y Estigmas (“Sores and Stigmata”), featuring five disgruntled litanies of blood, sweat, and no-tears imagery reminiscent of Robert E. Howard and Cormac McCarthy, muscular riffage, vomit and mucus. Tracks like “Marcado por la Pezuña,” “Tronos de Oprobio” or their (scato)logical outcome “Pantalgia” truly persist with that tradition of primitiveness, putting the stress both in the DEATH and the METAL, for doom has always been the band’s destiny, its powers and wisdom.

Any way you describe it, the dense ‘n’ sulfurous rumble this Spanish power-trio creates can cause tectonic shifts as ably as it can rot your soul. There’s an almost uncomfortably carefree, laissez-faire approach to Proscrito‘s ritualistic plod, as if the band is indifferently acting as a conduit for supernatural frequencies only they can sense. It’s not often that Memento Mori dips its toes into the doomier end of death metal, but when it does, be fucking sure that it’s for good reason! And indeed, Llagas y Estigmas is one bad-ass GOOD REASON!

The next Bad-Ass Good Reason can be found with the brand-new track “Marcado por la Pezuña” exclusively HERE, courtesy of The first Bad-Ass Good Reason can be found with the previously revealed “Persistiendo” HERE at Memento Mori‘s official YouTube channel. Cover and tracklisting are as follows:

Tracklisting for Proscrito’s Llagas y Estigmas

  1. Persistiendo [9:21]
  2. Tronos de Oprobio [7:05]
  3. Exequias [5:37]
  4. Marcado por la Pezuña [7:18]
  5. Pantalgia [11:07]


About Michael Juvinall (4132 Articles)
I am a devoted husband and father. I have been a voracious horror fan since the early age of 5 and metal fan since I was 14. I watch all horror films but my great loves are classic horror films: Universal Monsters, Werewolves, Hammer Horror and an all-around affinity for things that go bump in the night! I'm also a huge fan of extreme metal music.

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