Dutch heavy rock quartet ¡PENDEJO! today premiered a brand new music video for “Amor y Pereza” on PureGrainAudio.com.
Directed by Antonio Villar and vocalist El Pastuso, “Amor y Pereza” is taken from the band’s forthcoming second full-length album “Atacames”, which is set for release on April 25th via Graviton Music Services.
Check this crazy music video here.
¡Pendejo! is a four-piece heavy rock band from the Netherlands, founded by two cousins with a history in Latin America. Digging into their Latino roots, El Pastuso and Jaap ‘Monchito’ Melman started blending heavy riffage, pounding drums, right-in-your-face lyrics in urban Spanish about the weirdest stories in life, and to top it all off, a screaming trumpet. After releasing its full-length debut ‘Cantos a la Vida’ in 2010, ¡Pendejo! recorded its second full-length album ‘Atacames’ with producer Pieter Kloos in The Void Studio in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Kloos, who previously worked with bands like Motorpsycho, Barkmarket and Ween, and with Dutch heavy acts like Peter Pan Speedrock and 35007, convinced the band to record their album the old fashioned way, recording most of the material live. This resulted in a daring album containing 10 songs ranging from heavy to light-hearted, and from melodramatic to outright aggressive.