Mictlantecuhtli | Warriors of the Black Sun

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Warriors of the Black Sun

by Mictlantecuhtli

Aztec Warrior Metal from Los Angeles. This is the follow-up to the debut album "Pillars of Silence."
Genre: Metal/Punk: Black Metal
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1. Night of Sorrow
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6:02 album only
2. Dreams of Triumph
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5:27 album only
3. Ancient War Call
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6:04 album only
4. Shadow of the Morning Star
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4:31 album only
5. Roads to Victory
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6:11 album only
6. The Warriors\' Desire
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6:20 album only
7. Kingdom\'s Fire
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6:23 album only
8. Blood Spills in Darkness
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4:35 album only
9. Crowned Under a Black Sun
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6:32 album only



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Eric M. Smith

Essence of Death, Fury, and Melody
Note: The following review is the same as posted for the "Pillars of Silence" CD...
I bought Mictlantecuhtli's 2001 Demo and liked it... but then I shelved the CD and kind of forgot about them. While browsing CD Baby, I found "Pillars of Silence" and "Warriors of the Black Sun". I ordered both of them and only have one thing to say... Damn!
The band has a lot of talent and something many bands are lacking - original ideas. Not to say that you cannot hear their influences (Iron Maiden, Immortal, Dimmu Borgir, Dissection and Emperor, maybe?) Mictlantecuhtli display a good mix of fury and melody, with their Aztec lyrical theme. This band is a great addition to the American Extreme Metal scene. I would call their style Melodic Black Metal, not that it really matters... It's great Metal with a bright future.


Keep on grinding my MEXICANOS
What up homies have not heard from you guys in a while, have you for got you papi chulo O que... just playing you motha fuc k s rock. keep it up el oldskool

James Doser

This album will knock the shit out of your ASS!!!!


aztec metal
finally after searching for any type of mexicano and aztec metal i have come across a great band that kicks ass and makes me proud to be a crazy mexicano and aztec fan