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LOS QUATRO JINETES DEL APOCALIPSIS BY ZARPA ROCK November 1, 2013

Filed under: 1970s,Zarpa — spanishpoplyrics @ 10:00 am

Heavy metal is massive in Spain, as it is in seemingly every corner of the globe. Does Spanish Pop Lyrics dare to venture into uncharted territory? Of course we do!

Zarpa Rock were an early Spanish metal band who were apparently still teenagers when they recorded this for their debut mini-LP in 1978. The song is crude and powerful with a strong Black Sabbath influence, which should please punks and metallers alike. The next year the band had to do their military service. When they returned they shortened their name to Zarpa (which means claw) and they are still going.

.

LOS CUATRO JINETES

DEL APOCALIPSIS

.

Ya llegan

sembrando terror y maldad

En una nube mortal,

en un rayo de luz infernal

En busca de la humanidad

.

ESTRIBILLO:

Nos destruirán,

Nos consumirán

Nos descargarán su poder

.

Son cuatro,

predicen del hombre el final

Y nos harán suplicar

y sangre nos harán sudar

Con saña, terror y maldad

.

ESTRIBILLO

.

Del cielo

decididos y altivos vendrán

Son cuatro ángeles de Dios

Y en la tierra juzgarán,

a toda al humanidad

.

ESTRIBILLO

 

THE FOUR HORSEMEN

OF THE APOCALYPSE

.

Now they arrive

Sowing the seeds of terror and evil

In a deadly cloud

In a ray of hellish light

In search of humanity

.

CHORUS:

They will destroy us,

They will consume us

They will make us feel their power

.

There are four of them,

Predicting the end of man

And we will bow down to them

And they will make us sweat blood

With malice, terror and evil

.

CHORUS

.

From the sky

determined and proud they will come

They are four angels of God

And on earth will judge

all humanity

.

CHORUS

 

 

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