A Cyclothymic Metal band GRANADA has recently released their new 6th studio album entitled “Amarre“. The album was recorded at Estudio El Attic in a classic way, with an analog open tape, live and without editing. It was produced by the band & Patricio Claypole.
“We are an amalgamation of styles within Metal and what characterizes us is the rawness of our riffs and lyrics. We don’t try to copy anyone, every time we record an album, we seek to improve ourselves. Our music is catharsis and we give ourselves the freedom to reinvent ourselves, depending on what we are singing.”
Recommended for fans of:
Sepultura, Machine Head, Gojira, Prong, Pantera, Soulfly, Cro-Mags, Pro-Pain, Terror and Madball.
01. Autoridad 03:28
02. Golpes 04:08
03. Sometido 03:13
04. Castración 04:30
05. Amarre 05:40
Total playing time: 20:59
GRANADA is a Cyclothymic Metal band founded in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 2008 by Guillermo Estevez (guitar and vocals).The band debuts sharing the stage in 2010 with the The Black Dahlia Murder (USA), and continues with a marathon of live shows, touring through Argentina, Mexico, Colombia, Chile and Uruguay.
In 2010, GRANADA released their first EP “Tocá Metal, Cagón”; in 2012 – the album “Historias”; in 2013 – experimental album “Apocalyptic Metal” (produced by Alejandro Taranto); in 2015 – “Prisionego”, released by Icarus Music (Argentina), Narcoleptica Productions (Russia) and Symbol of Domination (Belarus); in 2017 – “Sincronizado” (Symbol of Domination, Belarus).
In 2020, GRANADA released a new and 6th studio album entitled “Amarre”, recorded at Estudio El Attic in a classic way, with an analog open tape, live and without editing. It was produced by the band & Patricio Claypole.
The general theme of the new album is the dysfunctional family. Each song represents a character, a role, a victim, a witness, an accomplice, and it’s presented with the telephone number for reports or queries in Argentina in each of these videos.
Guille Estévez – vocals & guitars
Marcos Edwards – drums
Damian Mayster – guitars