“This album features monster gutturals, maniacal drumwork, gut-slugging basslines, and riffs that are both brazen and delirious. The music is fast, comes for your throat with no holds barred, and is over almost before you know it. It’s an electrifying rampage, and is likely to leave you hungry for what comes next.”
– No Clean Singing
On the Perspective of an Imminent Downfall is the best debut album of the year so far, hands down. If the band follows in these steps, soon, they will be a name to be reckoned of.
– Dark Souls United
On the Perspective of an Imminent Downfall is an exercise in noise and fury. There is absolutely no let-up from the frenzy. This is violence music at its most primal, conjuring up images of two ancient armies with handheld weaponry charging towards each other and the crunch, clash and clatter as they meet in the middle of some far-flung field, vision then obscured by the crush of bodies, as well as blood and viscera. – Metal Epidemic
Nestor Carrera – Drums
Luis Salazar – Vocals
Vitor Caricati – Guitar
Jeferson Tarzia – Bass
Vocals and drums recorded at RMS Estúdio
Engineered by Reinaldo Moreira.
Guitars and Bass recorded at Rotborn Headquarteres,
Engineered by Nestor Carrera and Renato Bianchini.
Mixed and mastered by Reinaldo Moreira.
Artwork and layout by Nestor Carrera.
All songs and lyrics written and performed by Rotborn.
Intro and Outro voices on F.U.B.A.R. performed by Fred Bresiau. Guest screams on Moral Grudge by Renato Gimenez (Vazio).