Blue Hummingbird On The Left - Atl Tlachinolli

by Iron Bonehead Productions

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Growin Bejenkins Tanner Brutal. One of the best albums I have ever heard! Metal or otherwise.Fucking hands down!
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PannionSeer Aztec-themed tribal war metal cut with meth-fueled psych that it is much more than the sum of its parts. The music is hot and humid, urgent, frenzied and blood-crazed, with a raw and palpable passion behind every strum and howl. I've never heard anything quite like this and I'm excited to see what they do next. Favorite track: Hail Huitzilopochtli.
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Cole “Master ov Crabs” Galando I don't even have words to describe the quality of this release. Bolt Thrower-esque blackened death metal with an identity and attitude all its own. There's some serious shit going down in the Black Twilight Circle y'all. Don't you dare miss it. Favorite track: Hail Huitzilopochtli.
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Blood Flower 02:54
Tenochtitlan 03:03
Storm 03:11


IRON BONEHEAD PRODUCTIONS, in conspiracy with Nuclear War Now! Productions and Crepúsculo Negro, is proud to present BLUE HUMMINGBIRD ON THE LEFT's long-awaited debut album, Atl Tlachinolli, on CD, vinyl LP, and cassette tape formats.

The union of fire and water, bringing forth the sacred war.


War chapter of the Black Twilight Circle brings life once more to the forgotten words and stories of the warriors of the past. Indigenous instruments flow like water alongside the fiery force of pagan black metal. Hymns of war, odes to the lords. Hail Huitzilopochtli! Hail Tlaloc!


released December 10, 2018


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