Around 1991 there were teenage cults popping up all over the globe. Unloved juveniles huffing glue and rabidly devouring any satanic music they could find. In Finland there was Beherit, in Norway there was Mayhem and Burzum, and in Brazil there was Impurity. Impurity, like many of these hell-bent crews, were avid letter writers and tape traders, a pastime that exposed them to the infernal work of Beherit at an early age. Being from Belo Horizonte, Brazil, they were already well-versed in Sarcofago, Vulcano, and Sextrash. Eventually, in 1993, Impurity released their amazing debut album. "The Lamb's Fury" is the southern answer to Beherit's seminal album "Drawing Down the Moon," though it receives way less fanfare, probably due to geographical matters. The band recorded a "lost" ep in 1991. "Guests of the Infernal Pit" is pure, unfiltered raw youthful blasphemy. The four songs contain the kind of anti-religious fervor and antagonism that could only come from Third World teenage boys. The emphasis is on evil rather than skill or musicality, and the results are intense. Unfortunately, all plans to release this recording went unfulfilled when the label that had agreed to do it went belly up. The awesome Nuclear War Now label had the good sense to release this in a beautifully packaged gatefold 7" ep in 2004. Do yourself a favor and grab one of these if you can, though I imagine they went quick. Nuclear War Now also did a striking 12" reissue of "The Lamb's Fury" that comes with a great book and poster. Support or Die!!!