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1 review »Ninos Du Brasil, the Italian duo of Nico Vascellari and Nicolò Fortuni are back with their third full-length - their second vinyl album for Hospital Productions (CD is released via La Tempesta International). ‘Vida Eterna’ incorporates the tribal/ritual/carnival drums heard on previous album ‘Novos Mistérios’ and also continues with the more stripped back tech ... »
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  • HOS-490 / LP on Hospital Productions. Black vinyl edition of 300 copies in gatefold sleeve

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Vida Eterna by Ninos Du Brasil
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8/10 Ant Staff review, 21 September 2017

Ninos Du Brasil, the Italian duo of Nico Vascellari and Nicolò Fortuni are back with their third full-length - their second vinyl album for Hospital Productions (CD is released via La Tempesta International). ‘Vida Eterna’ incorporates the tribal/ritual/carnival drums heard on previous album ‘Novos Mistérios’ and also continues with the more stripped back techno/gnarly EBM oriented sounds of their 2016 EP ‘Para Araras’. So this record lies somewhere at the intersection between the two, and is inspired by vampirism. This is apparent not just in the ace vampire bat painting that adorns the sleeve, but also in the hushed, bloodthirsty vocals that remind me a lot of the vox from Cevin Key’s post Skinny Puppy group Download. The atmosphere is evocative of similar imagery to Rainforest Spiritual Enslavement in that you can imagine being in a jungle with scary black magic type shit going down - but obviously this isn’t ambient at all - it’s core is rhythmic/percussive and it’s pretty damn funky too - despite the overall dark atmosphere that pervades - at times it can even feel celebratory. Maybe imagine Nitzer Ebb made a tribal vampire album in the jungle or something. Ninos Du Brasil take elements we’ve heard before (techno, industrial, EBM, various “ethnic” musics, black metal) and pull them all together in way that makes them pretty unique. Hell, No Wave legend Arto Lindsay even pops up on the last tune. What’s not to like?


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