David Garlow of Examiner.com recentlyconducted an interview with Brazilian guitarist Kiko Loureiro's (ANGRA). You can now listen to the chat in the YouTube clip below.
Kiko's latest solo album, "Sounds Of Innocence", was released in Japan at the end of June 2012 and was made available in the rest of the world in July 2012. The CD features guest appearances by Virgil Donati (PLANET X, STEVE VAI, SOUL SIRKUS) on drums and Felipe Andreoli (ANGRA, ALMAH) on bass. One track also features LIVING COLOUR bassist Doug Wimbish. The effort was produced by Kiko Loureiro, mixed by Dennis Ward and mastered by Jürgen Lusky.
"Sounds Of Innocence" track listing:
01. Awakening Prelude 02. Gray Stone Gateway 03. Conflicted 04. Reflective 05. El Guajiro 06. Ray Of Life 07. The Hymn 08. Mãe D'Água 09. Twisted Horizon 10. A Perfect Rhyme 11. Conflicted (back base) (bonus track)
Kiko's third solo album, "Fullblast", came out in 2009.
Singer Eduardo "Edu" Falaschi last year left ANGRA. A replacement vocalist has not yet been announced.
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