2018 release. Heavy brass, brutal riffage, pounding drums, cojones, and Spanish urban lyrics that make you wonder "did they just say that?". Yes they did. They go by the name of Pendejo! Leaving their skid marks in the underground scene throughout Europe and Latin America - and having shared stages with influential heavyweights like Monster Magnet on their European tour earlier this year, but also with Fu Manchu, Karma To Burn and Helmet - the band puts on a show for anyone who is not afraid to be grabbed by the cojones and to be thrown into a spicy puddle of chili con carne. With it's new album Sin Vergüenza, recorded by Pieter Kloos, Pendejo continues it's journey into the mostly unclaimed territory where brass and heavy guitars meet. This time not only El Pastuso's trumpet can be heard, the band also added trombones to it's musical pallet, adding to the heaviness on the one hand, but on the other making the heavy riffage easier to digest for the ones who might shy away from the dirt found on previous albums.