Edu Falaschi and STILL ALIVE have finished the pre-production, to enter the studio in April

Last week Almah singer Edu Falaschi and STILL ALIVE finished the process of pre-production of the debut album of the band in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil). Still Alive was established in 2002 and released its first EP in 2006. In 2009 they invited Edu Falaschi to produce their first full-length CD, as-yet-untitled, which is to be released in the second half of 2010. STILL ALIVE is going to enter the studio C4 (São Paulo, Brazil) in April.

The new Still Alive album is supposed to present the blend of traditional heavy metal, progressive metal, thrash metal (especially in some guitar riffs), and influences of other styles of music, like jazz, traditional brazilian music and a bit of classical music. The CD will contain 10 tracks including intro. Three compositions will be fast and very heavy songs in the vein of Judas Priest classics but with some new elements, including prog metal parts and modern sound; four “mid-tempo” tracks with amazing guitar riffs and catchy voice melodies. Also the album will offer two ballads, one with acoustic guitar, fretless bass and orchestra; and the other one will be more intense, with drums and distortion guitars.

More details HERE

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