¡Pendejo! was founded by two Dutch cousins with Latin-American roots. El Pastuso and Monchito decided it was time to do what they had planned for a long time: create riff oriented (stoner)rock, combined with a screaming trumpet and Spanish lyrics with balls, humour and Latino spirit.
In October 2007 they recorded an EP called La vagancia no me cuesta (Sloth doesn’t cost me), just before their first tour on Latin American soil, in Venezuela. Their debut full-length album Cantos a la vida was released early 2010 on their own label Chancho Records. The album is produced by Punto and ¡Pendejo!, and mastered by Jacques de Haard (Celestial Season, Hermano).
¡Pendejo! keeps playing shows throughout Europe and Latin America, supporting Fu Manchu and Karma to Burn, amongst others.
After having some trouble finding a new guitarist, they records their second full-length album in late 2012. It's recorded in The Void Studios in Eindhoven, NL, by Pieter Kloos, also known for his work with Motorpsycho, 35007, Devil's Blood and Ween. The album will be released in April 2014, distributed in Europe through RoughTrade.
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