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adamant they do not fit the generic metal stereo­types.

Rather, they are po­lit­i­cally con­scious and so­cially in­vested mem­bers of a so­ci­ety that needs youth­ful voices to speak out.

Terra Pe­sada is a bold idea for a doc­u­men­tary and takes an in­ter­est­ing look into a niche in­dus­try that needs sup­port in or­der to grow. In city spa­ces, where ac­cess to elec­tric­ity and in­ter­net is avail­able, this genre is thriv­ing, gain­ing a new fol­low­ing from ur­ban mil­len­ni­als who are com­ing to terms with their so­ci­ety through blood-cur­dling screams and raw, en­er­getic riffs.

For met­al­heads and novices alike, this is com­pul­sory watch­ing. Check out the trailer and more on your phone by down­load­ing Zap­par from your app store and scan­ning the thun­der­bolt icon on

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Mozam­bi­can metalhead Zom­bie fea­tures in the doc­u­men­tary

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