With time, this new project took a more defined and specific form; by distributing some demo tracks on the Internet, Elfonía started to gain attention. In November 2002, the band had the opportunity to perform as a supporting act for Haggard and Ataraxia, in a concert promoted by a major cultural festival in Monterrey. Alejandro and Marcela contacted Roberto Quintanilla (guitar), Pablo González (bass) and Javier Garagarza (drums) to complete the band’s lineup. By the end of the year, the band recorded their first full-length album (a completely independent production). Released in late February 2003, the album has received excellent reviews and comments from music connoisseurs and fans all over the world. Currently the album can be found in stores in Latin America, Europe and Japan. Throughout 2003, the band performed in various stages in their home country, one of those presentations being the debut of their first music video, “Aura”.
In November, Dutch musician Arjen Lucassen invited Marcela Bovio to perform as a guest singer in Ayreon’s album "The Human Equation. Marcela Bovio - vocals, violin Alejandro Millán - keyboards Roberto Quintanilla - guitars Pablo González Sarre - bass Javier Garagarza - drums Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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