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Almah – Within the Last Eleven Lines (Brazil, 2015)

Almah, a band stuck in the past
From Brazil’s capital city Brasilia comes Almah, a band formed by ex-Angra’s front man Edu Falaschi. Their last compilation album Within The Last Eleven Lines is basically a summary of what this band is all about: a lot of talent and potential lost in repetition. 537 more words


one band, two guests, two lead vocalists

There’s that Brazilian “progressive/power/symphonic/WTH metal” band called Angra. It’s damn good, musically speaking, but I’m not a fan of, like, most of their lead singers. Yes it’s one of those bands that does a Spinal Tap re:vocalists. 402 more words


Outlook of Brazil's nuclear energy industry

Following the global trend, Brazilians are consuming more electricity. Per capita electricity consumption in Brazil has grown strongly from under 1500 kWh/yr in 1990 to nearly 2700 kWh/yr in 2011. 953 more words


Best of 2015: The Albums

Halfway through 2015, I suddenly realized the new profit model of record labels is more in effect than ever. Not unlike last year, most of the releases I was looking forward to were either live records or re-releases, while less and less effort is put into giving promising young artists a chance. 3,027 more words