—Angra: Holy Land (Retro Review, 1996)
This review was originally published in Kollnot Music #3, Summer 1996. Occasionally I will be revisiting some of my old reviews that I recently found in storage. 425 more words
ALPHA OMEGA Management has a huge pleasure to announce that HALCYON WAY are confirmed, as Main Support, for ANGRA‘s Omni World Tour 2018, alongside… 317 more words
4.5 out of 5 Stars!
In my opinion, Angra’s strength stemmed from not only featuring a stellar line-up of musicians—including the highly gifted, soaring, and recognizable Andre Matos on lead vocals—but also merging into its overall Symphonic/Prog-Rock and Metal style the band’s Brazilian musical roots/cultural influences. 233 more words
Five years after leaving ANGRA in 2012, internationally renowned Brazilian singer EDU FALASCHI announces he will be performing songs from the band’s catalog as part of his newly launched solo career with plans to tour various countries. 364 more words
Five years after leaving Angra in 2012, internationally renowned Brazilian singer Edu Falaschi announces he will be performing songs from the band’s catalog as part of his newly launched solo career with plans to tour various countries. 353 more words