ALMAH To Release Video For 'Days Of The New' This Friday
October 3, 2012, 3 years ago
ALMAH, featuring former ANGRA frontman, Edu Falaschi, will release a video clip for the song 'Days Of The New' on Friday, October 5th at 3:00pm CET (9:00am EST) via their official YouTube channel here. The track is taken from the band's 2011 album, Motion.
As previously reported, new Almah guitarist Gustavo Di Padua commented in a new interview on various details of his career since the very beginning until his joining in April this year. The 34-year old guitarist from Rio De Janeiro replaced Paulo Schroeber who had to leave the band due to health problems. Among other matters, in the interview he tells about his first talk and meeting Almah, his feelings while working side by side of his new mates and a future Almah studio album.
Check out a few excerpts below:- “I’ve got a phone call from Edu (Falaschi) who invited me and it was my first contact with the band. It was a really cool chat and I liked a lot all the ideas and the vibe. He is a very nice and high spirited guy and it became clear very quickly. So, no wonder that I accepted the invitation! Everything happened in a moment because ALMAh had several shows already scheduled and soon we all met in the studio for the first of our three rehearsals. It was super cool! Everyone in the band was a super nice and open character and all happened in an easy and natural way”.
- “Edu is already working hard at new Almah songs and according to what I’ve heard they will be great!!! I’m looking forward to work at guitar parts of the next album together with Marcelo Barbosa”.
- “I have the best expectations possible! There’s a lot of work ahead! I’m very happy to play in such a band as Almah that works with a lot of joy and that brings much good to the public. Thanks to all the fans for accepting me so well and I hope that we’ll be always able to exchange these cool vibes on the shows! I’m very excited about the next shows and the future album.”
Read the entire interview at this location.