|NND / YT (subbed)|
|Romaji||Akujiki Musume Konchiita|
Kagamine Rin/Len (back-up)
|Release Date||March 3, 2009|
|Series||Seven Deadly Sins Series|
|Preceded by||Flower of the Plateau|
|Followed by||Drug of Gold|
- For other uses, see Evil Food Eater Conchita (disambiguation)
- "Honor and praise our own great Conchita."
- ―Pollo and Arte[src]
The story takes place in Gasto, Beelzenia as Banica Conchita, a well-known duke of the country, eats up a supper that would sicken a normal person. As the song goes on, it explains how she once ate only the most delicious and exquisite food; now her tastes have evolved so that she wants something new and grotesque every day, even to the point of eating blue poison and the very dishes. She is shown being served by a maid and butler who demand that others praise and respect her.
Her fifteenth chef, Joseph, asks for a brief vacation, angering Banica. Later, she devours a special dinner with blue hair as an appetizer for the salad. Not yet satisfied, she also eats her butler and maid after asking for seconds. When everything has gone, she finally eats herself. At the end, the song notes that though she has tasted all the most rotten foods, no one will ever know what she tasted like.
MEIKO's vocals are utilized for the song, with Kagamine Rin and Len's vocals used as backup for the pre-chorus. Electric guitar, drums, synth piano are used prolifically. A revised version was made for the album, however, not much was changed, with the exception of the vocals.
The song begins with an opening instrumental, followed by the first verse at 0.17. The first pre-chorus starts at 0.42, sung by Rin and Len, preceding the first chorus at 0.54. An instrumental break starts at 1.17, then goes into the second verse by 1.30. The second pre-chorus begins at 1.42, then flows into the second chorus at 1.55. A variation of the first instrumental starts at 2.20, followed by a third verse at 2.32. The final chorus begins at 2.45 and fades out, accompanied by a variation of the opening instrumental. "La la la" from Rin and Len can be heard as well. The song ends at 3.27.
Master of the GraveyardEdit
Seven Crimes and PunishmentsEdit
Banica's gluttony and wish to devour everything is alluded to in Seven Crimes and Punishments, with the duke expressing that even the world will one day be dissolved in her stomach acid.
Drug of GoldEdit
Drug of Gold expands upon the life of Banica's cook and his reasons for coming into her employ, as well as detailing his attempted escape and death.
Ending Boy HänselEdit
Conceptualization and OriginEdit
- The Japanese word 悪食 (akujiki) also means "eating meat", a sin that breaks Buddhist law.
- The Japanese word 娘 (musume) means "daughter" or "young, unmarried woman"; interestingly, it was translated as the gender-neutral "eater" by mothy.
- Banica's name is an anagram of the Latin word caniba, meaning "cannibal".
- Conchita is a Spanish diminunitive of the name Concepción, meaning "conception".
- The song's English title, "Beelzebub party", is a reference to Beelzebub, the patron demon of Gluttony; the name is also referenced in Master of the Graveyard's English title, "Graveyard party".
- Like the other songs in the Seven Deadly Sins Series, the song PV begins with the phrase "さあ" (Saa).
- After each chorus in the original song PV, a menu detailing Conchita's meals for the day were shown, revealing her progressively worse meals; as she cannibalizes her staff, her menus were increasingly censored.
- The meals listed on the first two menus make several jokes and references to the Vocaloid fandom, Story of Evil, and miscellaneous real-world foods or objects.
- The original PV displays credits to the "staff" at the end of the video, crediting Gackpo as the "chore man", alluding to Gammon Octo's role in Evil's Theater.
- The dining chair Conchita sits in throughout the original song PV has a stylized fork and knife along the back of it.
- The song was rearranged by mothy to improve the vocals of the original, titled "Evil Food Eater Conchita (revised)"; the new song PV included a progressing timeline after each chorus detailing a historical account of Conchita's life.
- Another rearranged version of the song was released to promote the The Daughter of Evil: Praeludium of Red, titled "Evil Food Eater of Beelzenia", an instrumental track included in Four Melodies of Evil ~The Daughter of Evil Novel Music Collection~.
- Of his instrumental tracks, mothy has a particular personal liking for Evil Food Eater of Beelzenia.