TWO FACE SINNER, Peruvian Black/Death Metal band, founded by Numa (vocals and guitar),and Arún (guitar) started it's blasphemous activities in 2006, year in which they dedicated entirely to the composition of the stuff for their debut.
It was in June 2008 where made their first appearance on stage, taking the opportunity of opening for the Greek band ROTTING CHRIST, the public response was very positive, over the year they continued with a long list of local dates, playing alongside with representing bands in metal scene.
2009 was more than productive for the band, in April they had the opportunity to play for the first time outside of Lima, the city of Trujillo witnessed the blasphemy and brutality of this band, responding very positively, that same month had the honor of being the band support for the German masters: NARGAROTH. In August the city of Ayacucho was chosen for another forceful attack of blasphemy, this is one of the dates was more anecdotal time for the band, since the response of the people Ayacucho was more than brutal.
In the month of September began it’s first tour with the bands and Elexorien and GOD DETHRONED (Netherlands) tour brought them back to Trujillo and Arequipa for the first time.
That same month the band lived one of the most important moments in his short journey, supporting the show for the Austrian masters: BELPHEGOR, a very important experience for their career.
2010 is the year in which the band releases "Rage Against gODS and Their Prayers", Full Lengt debut album which was released in April, and quenching the expectation generated by the legion of fans earned up at that moment, as this album was delayed by one year to be launched. 2010 was also a year of concentration for the band, they focused mainly to compose stuff for future releases.
2011, was a fully year for the band, releasing a videoclip for the song: Break your Chains, and giving lots of shows around their city and country, started the “Highland Assault Tour”, having the opportunity to play in 5 more cities such Cusco and other cities around the highlands of Perù.