I have to say that a very important factor for me to get immersed in the vibe of this album is the dark poetic nature of the lyrics.
I think the music probably wanders around stylistically because the topics also wander around a bit too much.
The first track(Resistol) is about orphan kids living in the streets who inhale glue to escape their desperate reality.
The second track (Aņos de Cizaņa) is about the corruption in our government and how they are sucking the life out of the people (but it is all metaphor, you don't see direct references, it is all very poetic).
The third track (Privados de Rostro) is about religious mind control, it is written from the perspective of someone rejecting this control.
The fourth track (Hermanos en el Dolor) is about mourning the loss of a close friend, about the memory of empathy in struggle and the darkness resulting from this.
The fifth track (Espejos) explores some metaphysical topic; an existentialist realization of some sort within madness.
The sixth track (Puerta al Infierno) is the vision of a man who dies and realizes he is in front of the gates of hell.
The seventh track (Psicopata) is... about the mind of a Psycopath.
The eighth track (Desde la Oscuridad) is the expression of dark visions and influences on the mind by some obscure entity.
The ninth track (El Elegido) is about some kind of dark Messiah or Antichrist.
The tenth track (Cruz Blanca) is a man speaking about the vision of his epitaph, and his own tomb under the moonlight. About him facing the end of his life and having to give account for his transgressions and misdeeds. The lyrics also contain beautiful poetry, IMO.
Most lyrics are Written in first person perspective as is the typical point of view this band likes to take. This together with the slightly overt poetic devices reminds me of Joseph Conrad.
I could roughly translate the meanings of the verses to share with you guys, but the poetry and mood would be very hard to preserve.