Extreme metal band SIGLOS features the transcendent strings of Two-time Grammy-nominated guitarist Sin Quirin, former iconic Ministry band member of 15 years, and the demanding vocals of Pedro Sanchez from the band Transtorno.
Lead vocalist Pedro Sanchez shares, “Soga De Los Muertos” honors the Spirit of the Ancestral Medicine “Ayahuasca”. The translation of the word of Ayahuasca is “Soga De Los Muertos” or “Soga De Los Espiritus” which in English is “Rope of the Dead” or “Rope Of The Spirits”.
Sin Quirin views the song from a different perspective. “Soga De Los Muertos” touches on the “sound” people seem to know me for. It has that “industrial-ish” element to it. I love the heavy, mid-tempo, driving, and groovy riff this song has.”
“Rituales Segrados” was written by Sin Quirin, with lyrics written by Pedro Sanchez, and was produced, mixed, and mastered by Alex Crescioni at Stygian Sound. Alex adds, “It’s impressive to see the growth and transformation of Sin’s songwriting and guitar playing with SIGLOS. This aesthetic and genre seems to be a perfect fit for Sin and Pedro to fully express themselves at this stage of their journey as musicians. I truly feel they have forged a new genre of metal and am thrilled for their escalation and expansion in 2023!”
Teaser clip of Soga De Los Muertos from the new EP Rituales Sagrados watch here:
SIGLOS continues to work on new music. Expect to hear even more from them soon.
SIGLOS debut EP “Rituales Sagrados” release date January 27th, 2023.
- Teaser clip of first single, Soga De Los Muertos
- All Music by Sin Quirin
- Vocals and Lyrics by Pedro Sanchez
- Produced, Mixed and Mastered by Alex Crescioni at Stygian Sound
- Artwork by Nestor Avalos
- Logo By Gogo Melone
Los Angeles, CA-based Extreme Metal band SIGLOS is a heavy metal band combining aspects of Black Metal, Doom Metal, and Industrial Metal. It features two-time Grammy Nominated guitarist Sin Quirin (formerly of Ministry, Lords of Acid, American Head Charge, Revolting Cocks, and Society 1), and Pedro Sanchez (Transtorno). The pair blend their Mexican and Spanish roots into the lyrics, rhythms, and music, creating a dark atmospheric raw intensity.