ALMAH enters the studio today

May 2nd, 2011
by EvilG

Brazilian metallers ALMAH have recently finished pre-production of the 3rd studio album, the long-awaited follow-up of “Fragile Equality” (2008). Today the band enters Norcal Studio in São Paulo to start the drums recording. Entire band participated in composing of the new material and according to the musicians, the album will include 10 songs and the whole stuff will be really heavy and up-to-date with less influences of typical melodic metal:

 

“This CD will affirm the identity of the band. It will be a style which I love and adore! I’ve been looking for this kind of satisfaction as a musician and as a person over the years”, – tells Edu Falaschi

 

The line-up of the band remains the same: Edu Falaschi – vocals, Felipe Andreoli – bass, Marcelo Barbosa – guitars, Paulo Schroeber – guitars, Marcelo Moreira – drums. The material will be mixed and mastered in Europe (Holland).

 

The release of the new CD, as-yet-untitled, is planned for September 2011 worldwide.

 

Almah was established by Edu Falaschi in 2006 and released the first self-titled album in 2006 (Asia, Brazil)/2007 (Europe, North America). The second CD, Fragile Equality saw the light of day in the fall of 2008 through JVC (Asia)/Laser Company (Brazil)/AFM Records (Europe, North America) and became one of the most significant and best selling power metal albums at that time. The Fragile Equality tour started in São Paulo in November 2008 and finished in June 2010 in Brasília. Then the musicians began to prepare new ideas. More details about the new album will be revealed soon.

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