Brazilian metallers Almah keep working at their fourth studio album, as yet untitled. At the moment, the musicians are finishing pre-production of new songs in a home studio of the frontman/founder of the band Edu Falaschi (ex-Angra). Falaschi tells: “the new album will be more positive. While Motion (2011) is a fucking heavy, tense and dark album, the new one will be hopeful with fast songs”.
To keep the fans updated about how the work is going on, Almah has recently started to reveal the series of “making-of new album videos” via its official Youtube channel. The video below presents a part of a new sond. Edu Falaschi comments: “Hello guys, the new album is almost ready, we are finishing the last songs now! We’d like to show you one part of a new song: it’s a guitar duel with tapping and right now we are working at this idea! Very soon the whole new material will be ready for the recording!”
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ALMAh was established in 2006 as a solo-project of Edu Falaschi (Angra’s singer at that moment). After release of the first album entitled “Almah” the solo-project turned into a real band with a stable line-up. Thus Almah recorded “Fragile Equality” (2008) and “Motion” (2011). In May 2012 Falaschi announced his departure from Angra to concentrate on ALMAh as his main band. In the beginning of 2013 Almah confirmed the entrance of new bassist, Raphael Dafras, and released a video “Living and Drifting”. In March the musicians started pre-production for the next studio CD. More news coming soon.