Sekta Core have been Mexico City's leading ska-core band for over 8 years now. Their type of Ska is nothing like what we have here in the United States (especially Orange County) which sounds like happy, wimpy, perky-trumpet music. Sekta Core's approach to it is much more darker; it is very violent, morbid and angry. Their demo tape "terrorismo casero" was just a preview of what was to come, but their debut album "Morbo's Club" was Sekta Core at it's finest. A combination of Ska-Hardcore-Metal-Hip Hop and even some electronica elements were what made Morbo's Club so unique. Sadly, their second album "Infierno" did not meet up to their debut. Gone are the cool samples and skanking beats which were instead replaced with alot of hardcore punk similar to bands like Agnostic Front, Sick of It All and GBH. It's not a bad thing but it still takes time to get used to after listening to their debut. Another new addition was the Surf/Rockabilly influence on this album, but what still remained tight was their horn section. Overall it is a pretty good CD, especially songs like "energia vs. ley", "sistema", "102", "cool cats", "kick your brains out" and the instrumental "mr. satan".
This is probably the easiest Sekta-Core album to find, but if you EVER have a chance, pick up MORBO'S CLUB! (by the way, their latest album "Con Fuerza!" is already out! and it's very good). This is perfect music to skank to and kick someone's [...]at the same time.
i recommend this if you're into bands like the Voodoo Glow Skulls, Leftover Crack/Choking Victim, Suicide Machines, Mephiskapheles, Link 80, Sick of it All, DRI, and even Slayer & Cannibal Corpse.