ALMAH — the Brazilian metal band led by former ANGRA singer Eduardo "Edu" Falaschi — has entered the studio to begin recording fourth full-length album for a late 2013 release. The drums for the as-yet-untitled follow-up to 2011's "Motion" were laid down by Marcelo Moreira at AML studios in his home city of Florianopolis, Brazil with sound engineer and producer Alexei Leão (also the vocalist of STORMENTAL).
Says Moreira: "We have chosen AML studio due to various reasons. First of all, we have taken into account the quality of its equipment and a very good choice of instruments, besides the professionalism of Alexei. Also, the studio has a very good location: inside an hotel in 800m from the beach (don't forget, we stay in Florianopolis, a very nice city on the seashore with 42 beaches!). The place is easy to access and it has everything for the work and for the rest."
ALMAH will now continue working at Do It! Studio in São Paulo (a new studio established by Edu and Tito Falaschi) starting later this month.
On September 19, ALMAH will perform at one of the most influential music festivals in the world, Rock In Rio.
ALMAH 2013 is:
Edu Falaschi - Vocals Marcelo Barbosa - Guitar Marcelo Moreira - Drums Gustavo Di Padua - Guitar Raphael Dafras - Bass
ALMAH's third studio album, "Motion", was released in Europe in October 2011 via AFM Records. The CD 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).
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