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Album Review

Angels Cry is Angra's first full-length album, a brilliant exhibition of progressive power metal featuring Andre Matos' incomparable voice and Kiko Loureiro's alternately crunching and soaring guitar. After a short instrumental, Angels Cry begins with "Carry On"; from the first moments of this song, it is evident that this is a group of unusually talented musicians. Other highlights include "Time," "Angels Cry," "Stand Away," "Lasting Child," and a faithful remake of Kate Bush's "Wuthering Heights." [The import edition offers three bonus tracks: "Angels Cry," "Carry On," and a different version of "Evil Warning."]

Biography

Formed: 1991

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Angra was formed in 1991, picking up where Viper had left off playing neo-classical progressive metal. Singer Andre Matos left Viper after the Theatre of Fate album due to creative differences. Andre soon hooked up with guitarist Kiko Loureiro to form Angra; they were joined by bassist Luis Mariutti, guitarist Rafael Bittencourt, and drummer Marco Antunes. After a demo entitled Reaching Horizons, Antunes was replaced on drums by Ricardo Confessori. This completed the lineup for their first full-length...
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  • €13.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: 1993

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