Taken from Dwidou's chronicle for Rock Metal Mag :
" Accustomed to the place, Locomuerte tumbles on stage without complex in front of the public of Rise Of The Northstar. El Mitcho on guitar, El Floco on drums, Nico Loco on bass and El Termito on vocals take the public by storm with their first title, latest single "Tiro Pa Matar".
Their reduced setlist, for the allotted time, consists only of judiciously chosen pieces which hit the bull's eye with the already large audience in the room. Their crossover (Thrash / Punk / Hardcore) draws its inspiration from the best of the 80s genre, while being sprinkled or rather downright flooded with a huge dose of good humor and festive atmosphere.
The festive effect, accentuated by the Spanish language chosen for their pieces, is largely due to the interventions of Nico Loco between the pieces. But also to the attitude of the musicians on stage who visibly have fun at each of their concerts.
The public adheres 100% to the subject.
This will end with an invasion of the scene by the most daring on the penultimate track, the aptly named “Mi Familia”. The show ends with the upcoming single/clip “La Vida Loca”. After conquering many Furious and Furious a week ago in the first part of Mass Hysteria , again tonight when many Rise Of The Northstar fans were amazed."