ALMAH, the side project of ANGRA members Edu Falaschi (vocals) and Felipe Andreoli (bass), has completed work on its sophomore album, "Fragile Equality", for a late 2008 release via AFM Records. A new single, "You'll Understand", will be made available for streaming on the band's MySpace page and official web site on August 27. According to Falaschi, "We chose this track because it contains most of the elements that characterize the album as a whole. I'm sure that I've recorded one of the most important records of my career and one of the best metal records a Brazilian band has ever made."
Video footage of ALMAH guitarist Marcelo Barbosa playing several solos and parts of the album can be viewed below.
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 album in the U.S. in July 2007 via Candlelight. The CD featured guest appearances by drummer Casey Grillo (KAMELOT), guitarist Emppu Vuorinen (NIGHTWISH) and bassist Lauri Porra (STRATOVARIUS). It was mixed in Brazil by Grammy-winning producer Adriano Daga, who has worked with many artists during his career, including LENNY KRAVITZ and SILVERCHAIR.
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