I listen to a lot of music and bands from lots of countries, but Chile isn't a country that passes by on a regular basis. (Besides Criminal). If Perpetuum is the example of the basic quality for most of the bands (Criminal excluded), I won't mind that this is the last one from Chile too. Perhaps this is good enough in their home-town and country, but you will not get any foot aground in Europe.
The average quality of a European death metal band is rather high, compared to them Perpetuum is still at the garage/rehearsal stadium. The sound of the CD is bad, too dark and dull, the drums sound hollow sometimes. The music is a mix of death and black metal, sometimes fast, sometimes bit slower with a groove. But even with a top production this album wouldn't blow all the Iceland ashes out of the sky. The songs lack a good structure and sound chaotic.Some music has to stay underground, for me this is an example. Readers, who like it that way, can give it a short listen and then decide.