After years hidden in South America,
Pecadores arrives to testify Brazilian religion´s
truths and lies.
Known in the 80´s as a catholic nation, Brazil
saw a huge growth of different churches and sects
in the 90´s. Taking advantage of people´s
misery and good faith, some of them set up and enrich,
building big empires in a country full of poverty.
Now, the truth will be said to everybody as a divine
revelation. Pecadores arises to bring up all the doubtfulness
and injustices kept behind the curtains.
Electro-industrial music, noises, towering beats,
Brazilian percussion and religion-related samples,
that´s the way we will explore mysticism.
Pecadores are Apostle Niwt (music), an x-priest of
São Thomé dos Aflitos´s parish
in the Brazilian countryside, he travelled through
all Amazonia converting indians before losing the
faith; and Dark Messenger (lyrics and vocals), x-protestant
Minister of a pentecostal church named God is All,
he used to preach gospel in Brazilian favelas.
Brother Vlad (Assistent), Obreiro, Macumbeiro and
Coletor Money Collector, Sister Mege (Assistent),
Macumbeira, Nurse and Obreira.
Live Performance: Pecadores supported some bands touring
in Brazil: VNV Nation, Das Ich and Trisomie 21. Pecadores
was the Best Live Brazilian Performance in 2005 and
2006 by BAC (Brazilian Alternative Charts). The live
converts mix ecstasy, religion, theatre, harsh music,
all mixed and leaving the audience crazy!
Discography & VideoClip: The first single “Macumbaria”
was released in February 2006, bringing 4 unreleased
”Macumbaria” videoclip was recorded in
march/2006 with production by Victor Hugo Borges (He
worked with Zé do Caixão / aka Coffin
First Album “10% for Jesus” released may/2007
by Danse Macabre in Germany and distribution by Alive!
One remix for the german band Mechanical Moth was
done for the 2007 album Sad Machine.
Compilations: “Interbreeding V” by BLC
Music. Track: “Priest(Come to daddy Mix)”(2005)
and European compilation “Harmonia Mundi”
by Danse Macabre with the track: “Apocalipse
– Mechanical Moth Remix”(2006).
Negatief Cd (2006) including Macumbaria (Video Edit)
and Retratos Subterrâneos(Rock Hard Magazine
Compilation) with “Apocalipse” (2007).