It’s not about being a conspiracy theorist nut, but the evidence is too strong to ignore it you need to be aware of the short and long term environmental and health issues caused by these literally “Evil” corporations who do not give a FUCK about us. As usual, all they care about is to make money and YES the government is there to make sure nobody gets on their way. #FuckTheSystem WATCH DOCUMENTARIES HERE View more →
“One of the most outstanding, yet unique, acts NZ metal has seen in a long time” – Muzic.net.nz
Together Broken Season brings an always heavy mix of metal grooves, flawless rhymes and roaring vocals to create their own variety of moshpit favourites such as “Bullets” and “51 Days” that are sure to please fans of both old and new metal music. Broken Season is Tony Charles (Guitars & backing vocals), James Sachin (Drums) and Esteban Garcia (Lead vocals & Bass).
“…I dread to think of the damage these three fellas could do if they played to a full house. This is the soundtrack to a riot, and their shouts of “Fuck the System” really drive home the excitement, they have got groove, grunt, balls and anger. In an age of Death and Technical Metal, BROKEN SEASON bring a fresh and energizing sound, Yeah Y’All….” – Metal Temple Show Review
“…The lyrics should say “R18”, as they could be taken offensively if not warned (that’s your warning), especially on 51 Days. Having said that they are very well worded and have a slow rap / metal feel. If you like hearing opinions about religion, weed, war, witches, politics and death you can’t get better than this EP…” Wake Up The Fallen EP Review Full Review Here
“Religion is the opiate of the masses.” -Karl Marx
A solid statement which in a few words explains our inexplicable need as human beings to live under the “illusion” of a God who watches from above and judges our behaviour based on a set of rules written by humans. Continue reading →
As you guys may already know, our song “Worst Enemy”, set to be featured on our upcoming EP, is closely related to Ayahuasca, also known as Yage. The song talks about the fear of people to face themselves and seeing in them their own “worst enemy”. These kinds of visions happen very often when having an Ayahuasca experience for the first time. At this point in time Ayahuasca, DMT (N,N-Dimethyltryptamine) and other psychedelics have been well address by celebrities such as Joe Rogan among others. View more →