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ANGUERE premiered the single “CHACINA”

Elsa Marques 16/03/2019 News Comments Off on ANGUERE premiered the single “CHACINA”
ANGUERE premiered the single “CHACINA”

The song “CHACINA” is a preview of new recordings for the release of their new album in 2019.

“CHACINA” was recorded by VINTAKE STUDIO (Piu Meÿer and Lucas Neves), where we were very happy for the result and professionalism! We count on this partnership for the recordings of the next sounds that will be in our new album!

We also announce another partner in the digital distribution of “CHACINA”! We will have Machine Man Records (Chris Bollinger) from New Jersey / USA, which on March 15 will have available on all digital platforms “CHACINA”, by the label!

Formed at the end of 2008 in the city of Rio Claro-SP, the band ANGUERE brings a violent repertoire seeking to combine characteristics of the Brazilian music with various styles of heavy music, performing a rabid and aggressive sound. The band ANGUERE aims to plat live in their national territory and also abroad during the course of 2019.

About ANGUERE:

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Thiago Soares – Vocals
Cleber Roccon – Guitarra
Adriano R. Prado – Bateria

Managing Editor: Elsa Marques

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