ALMAH Confirmed For Brazil's ROÇA'N'ROLL Festival
Brazilian progressive power metal band ALMAH — the side project of ANGRA members Edu Falaschi (vocals) and Felipe Andreoli (bass) — will perform at the Roça'n'Roll festival in Fazenda Estrela, Minas Gerais, Brazil on June 12. Also scheduled to appear are BITTENCOURT PROJECT, TORTURE SQUAD, KAMALA, RAVELAND, HAMMURABI, UNLIVER and MERCURYIO PROJECTILE.
ALMAH's sophomore album, "Fragile Equality", was released in October 2008 via AFM Records.
ALMAH's recording lineup for "Fragile Equality" was as follows:
Edu Falaschi - Vocals
Felipe Andreoli - Bass
Marcelo Barbosa - Gutar
Paulo Schroeber - Guitar
Marcelo Moreira - Drums
ALMAH released its debut CD in the U.S. in July 2007 via Candlelight.
Fan-filmed video footage of ALMAH's February 13, 2009 concert in Santo André, Brazil can be viewed below (clip uploaded by "leomarsousa").
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