ACLLA: New Song Posted Online

Brazilian heavy metal band ACLLA has posted a rough-mix version of a new song, "The Totem", via the YouTube clip below. The track comes off the group's new album, "Landscape Revolution", which will be released by the end of March. The CD is being recorded at Creative Sound Studios in Sao Paulo, Brazil with producer Ricardo Nagata.

ACLLA features in its ranks Eloy Casagrande, who was featured in the Modern Drummer Festival 2005 when he was only 14 years old.

The band was formed in 2007 by Tato Deluca (vocals; ex-DRAGON KING), Bruno Ladislau (bass; who recently spent time touring in Brazil with Tim "Ripper" Owens), Denison Fernandes (guitar), and Chrystian Dozza (he is a classical musician, a member of QUATERNAGLIA) and Casagrande.

According to ACLLA, the group's lyrics "talk about overcoming, attitude, non-conformism, union and revolution! the main subject of the album is 'nature strikes back' and what man could do to avoid a tragic end!"

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