Claustrofobia is actually the most important brazilian thrash metal band.
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Claustrofobia started in 1996, in Leme â€“ a satellite city of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Over the last 11 years, the band has successfully conquered its grounds on the scene, becoming the most important Thrash/Hardcore/Death Metal band of the Brazilian underground, with avid and loyal fans across the country. The band had been playing with unmistakable attitude and energy at many concerts all over Brazil and Europe, sharing the stage with consecrated bands on the international scene, such as Soulfly, Destruction, Napalm Death, Vader, Krisiun, Hate Eternal, Ratos de PorÃ£o, Paul Di Anno and Sepultura. It is also one of the rare underground bands breaking through to important TV programs showcasing heavy music, an unusual fact for musicians from the Brazilian metal scene. The band is young yet experienced, celebrating its 11th anniversary this year with the original line-up.
Claustrofobia released Fulminant, their most violent album to date, with the participation of Andreas Kisser (Sepultura) in Eu Quero Que Se Foda and Alex Camargo (Krisiun) in Fact. It is a strong opus perfectly combining the most brutal elements of thrash, hardcore and death metal, all sprinkled with a twist of southern groove and delivered in a psychopath heavy metal mood, what Brazilians call METAL MALOKA!
Fulminant was recorded on a fully analogue system at Da Tribo Studio (Sao Paulo â€“ Brazil), emphasizing the raw, heavy and powerful sound of Claustrofobia. The band had the opportunity to work with Ciero again, who recorded Krisiun's Bloodshed.
Fulminant is available around the world through VOICE MUSIC (Brazil), CAUSTIC RHYTHMS (Canada), in Europe through PHD (UK & Europe), and in the USA through MANIC MUSIC, THE END, VERY, CM DISTRO, and other major outlets.