ALMAH — the Brazilian metal band led by former ANGRA singer Eduardo "Edu" Falaschi — is "working hard on pre-production of [its] new album," according to Falaschi. He says, "We have about 15 songs in the works and soon we'll be ready to announce the dates when ALMAH enters the studio to record the next CD."
In other news, ALMAH filmed two new videos in support of its third studio album, "Motion", was released in Europe in October 2011 via AFM Records. The footage was shot in São Paulo, Brazil by Diogo Araújo.
ALMAH'a latest video, "Days Of The New", can be seen below. The clip was recorded by Valter Reis and Gildasio Chagas from DV Produções, and edited and produced by Alex Milesi, who previously worked with ALMAH on the "Trace Of Trait" and "Late Night In '85" videos.
"Motion" was recorded in May-June 2011 at Norcal Studios in São Paulo, Brazil and was mixed and mastered in July 2011 at Split Second Sound Studios in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Jochem Jacobs (TEXTURES).
ALMAH recently played several shows in Brazil with session bassist Raphael Dafras.
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