Almah officially releases ‘Motion’ album in “playback” versions

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Almah Live photo by Danillo Facchini
Almah Live photo by Danillo Facchini

Brazilian metallers Almah announce a new release “Motion Playback Band”. Every song of this album now is available as four backing tracks where one of the instruments or vocal part is missing: there are tracks without solo guitars, bass or drums and karaoke version.

‘Motion Playback Band’ album, the first of the series, is already available as a worldwide digital release on iTunes, Amazon, CD Baby and other stores. It presents all the songs from the third Almah album ‘Motion” (2011) specially re-mixed and re-mastered for this project.The samples can be heard here:

Almah frontman and founder Edu Falaschi comments: “We release these backing tracks for our fans who have always wanted to play with Almah to practice with professional materials or just to have fun! For example, a bass player can download a version without bass and play along the track! A singer can use karaoke version etc. Right now we are preparing songs from our 2d album ‘Fragile Equality’ to give you more news soon!”

Last year Almah released its fourth album Unfold via Scarlet Records. The material was recorded in São Paulo, Brazil and mixed and mastered by Damien Rainaud at Darth Mader Music in Los Angeles, California. In September 2013 the band took part in the world famous Rock In Rio Festivaland in November 2013 Almah played European co-headlining tour with Secret Sphere (Italy).The band was established in 2006 as a solo-project of Edu Falaschi (Angra’s singer at the time). After the release of the debut album ‘Almah’, the solo-project turned into a permanent band that launched another two records, ‘Fragile Equality’ (2008) and ‘Motion’ (2011). In May 2012 Falaschi announced his departure from Angra to concentrate on Almah as his main band.

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