Sentencia is a death metal band formed in Caracas Venezuela in 1988. After several presentations at the local scene, the band records their first demo tape at 1991. In 1993 they released the second demo called “Silence” with songs recorded the year before. This demo includes a song well known by the local specialized media named “Racism” within the band made a fusion with afro and caribbean sounds. In 1994, Sentencia realeased their third demo, recorded in a live concert at RajaTabla café, Caracas, which eventually turns into a split demo with Extremaunción Band at the end of 1994. In 1995 Sentencia realeased their fourth demo named “tape 95”, which made a preview of the songs that were recorded for their first production named Roots (that later was named as Inner Agression), Sons from the South and a new version of Racism from 1993. In the middle of 1995 the band realeased the first CD production simply called SENTENCIA. After some concerts and presentations around the country , the band disbanded definetely in 1996. SENTENCIA remains as a cult band in the Venezuelan metal culture 25 years after they come back with their second professional studio work called “Solve et Coagula” In this album SENTENCIA lyrics speak about the Death, Anti-Christianity, Society, Chaos and Misanthropy. Showing the life’s vision of the band members .