Almah and Angra singer and composer Edu Falaschi is to produce the debut full-length album of Brazilian melodic metallers SILENT HEAVEN. This week Edu has joined the band in its home city Indaiatuba/São Paulo to make the pre-production of new songs.<
SILENT HEAVEN is: Dan Figueiredo (Vocals), Giovanni Moizio (Guitars and Backing vocals), Vinybag Ferrari (Guitars), Clayton Lopes (Bass), Lucas Tagliari (Drums). The band was established in 2003 but the stable line-up was formed only in 2010. This year the musicians recorded and released their online single “Clouds Of Fate”. In the middle of November 2011 Silent Heaven started pre-production of its first CD together with producer Edu Falaschi. The new as yet untitled CD is planned to be released in Brazil in the first half of 2012.
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Edu Falaschi appeared at the producer’s desk in 1998 when his brother, Tito Falaschi, invited him to produce the first official album of Symbols. Soon he joined the band as a vocalist and produced two Symbols’ albums. Having got a lot of experience on the international level after joining Angra back in 2001, Falaschi returned to the production field with his own band Almah. The very first self-titled CD was totally produced by him (2006), the next albums, Fragile Equality (2008) and Motion (2011) – together with his bandmate, Felipe Andreoli.
Now he is considered to be one of the most respected metal producers in Brazil. Since 2009 Falaschi has been invited to produce works of other bands such as Age Of Artemis, Still Alive, Angels Holocaust and Silent Heaven:
Edu Falaschi – “I love producing! It’s totally different when you produce your songs or another band. Actually a producer needs to understand the spirit of the artist, incorporate it himself and reach for the best they can offer. Take it, produce it, increase it and record it in a good quality.”
At the moment, Edu Falaschi is doing the first part of ALMAH tour supporting the brand new album of the band, Motion released via AFM Records in October 2011.