Portuguese grindcore outfit BESTA reveal new single and video


New BESTA single and video ‘Ofício da Mentira’!

Here is the brand new BESTA single ‘Ofício da Mentira’ off the band’s forthcoming Lifeforce Records debut “Eterno Rancor” set to be released on March 15th!


Single on Spotify:http://bit.ly/besta_spotify

BESTA live:

15.03. PT – A.C.R. Adaúfe, Braga

16.03. PT – Sabotage Club, Lisboa

22.03. PT – Gasoline, Barreiro

23.03. PT – Bafo de Baco, Loulé

05.04. PT – Cava Avenida, V. do Castelo

06.04. PT – Metalpoint, Porto

19.04. PT – Side B, Alenquer

20.04. PT – A9, Santarém

08.06. PT – Cabra Negra, Marinha Grande

02.11. BE – Masters of Grind Festival, Sint Niklaas

“Eterno Rancor” – the title is program. Featuring members of SINISTRO and REDEMPTUS, the Portuguese of BESTA are disillusioned and pissed off. They express their anger with violent eruptions and merciless blastbeats. The band’s second full length feeds on pulverizing and skull fracturing punk/grindcore, raucous landscapes, and outright honesty. The quartet from Lisbon is dedicated to its extreme sound and unreservedly lives out its critical and self-determined DIY attitude.  Escaping from the minds’ dark places, the Portuguese band takes inspiration from horror movies, simple-effective punk rock, raw death metal, and old school grindcore. Imagine Bad Brains mutating alongside Napalm Death, and Looking For An Answer – extended by its own twist, which doesn’t originate from the Portuguese language of the lyrics alone. Since 2012, BESTA have not only placed nine releases in the extreme underground, but have also played countless shows with genre giants such as Napalm Death, Cattle Decapitation, Massgrave, Deathrite, Obituary, or Eyehategod. The new album can be now preordered HERE


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Thomas Nielsen
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