Almah - Working On New Album

Brazilian prog power metal band (featuring Angra's members Edu Falaschi and Felipe Andreoli) is currently preparing new material for its third studio album, at the same time promoting its predecessor "Fragile Equality".

Almah's singer Edu Falaschi gave official comments about the present stage of work:

"It's a great pleasure to inform you that very soon we will have a new Almah album in our hands, completely composed. The chemistry of the current line-up is so good and the results we have got with "Fragile Equality" have been so fantastic, that we can't stop working at our new songs. All of them sound with a lot of energy, with modern and heavy passages. Certainly, this third CD is a mix of everything that Almah has done on its first two albums, for sure, besides new approaches, sounds and ideas. Very soon we will launch some videos and photos of our work at pre-production of the album and most probably - some parts of new songs! The studio recording is pre-scheduled for the middle of September and the release of the album is to be in the first half of 2010."

Almah was established by Angra's singer Edu Falaschi in 2006. The last studio album of the band was released in September-October 2008 through AFM Records (Europe, North America), JVC (Asia) and Laser Company (Brazil).

The current line up is the following: Edu Falaschi - vocals (Angra), Felipe Andreoli - bass (Angra), Marcelo Barbosa - guitars (Khallice), Paulo Schroeber - guitars, Marcelo Moreira - drums (Burning In Hell). The band is currently booking a European tour for October 2009.

Band profile: Almah
Posted: 23.07.2009 by Thryce


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23.07.2009 - 23:42
Black Conundrum
This looks like a band I'd enjoy. They have lots of connections to other established musicians, it looks like.
25.07.2009 - 20:49
Hahah, I thought they accidentally left out the 'K' when I saw "Almah" on the front page.
26.07.2009 - 10:04
I liked their first release so I'll be checking out this one

Dreams are made so we don't get bored when we sleep
27.07.2009 - 10:24
I thought Fragile Equality was really good but I miss Angra.

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