More scabby art-punk from Monterrey, Mexico (which has already hit a double play with XYX and the unforgettable Los Llamarada who scorched/confused WFMU's SXSW show in Austin this past March). Ratas Del Vaticano bring to mind fast-n-scuzzy remnants of Desechables or Crime, though "Ta de las Ratas" (MP3) sounds like an amazing wedding between Psychedelic Underground-era Amon Duul and the Monks at their most primal. "Olvido" (MP3) almost has some sinister Euro-Eastern leads you'd expect on some prime early Plastic People stuff. But in general, they set their controls on pure punk. You can check out more tracks from their LP Moscos Patheticos at their My Space.
"Pornography, fast food, cheap beer, vandalism, onanism, inconformity and frustration are the main tags of this blurred emotions corktail mixed on these guy’s minds that seem to be trapped in a nothing full of possibilities, each one of them radically fun. Destroy and Forget about everyone else being just yourself / That ain’t a message, it’s just the cavemen’s yelling on modern times survival."