Both Nomadaz and their fans hope touring will continue with Labirinto's release. Nomadaz's first recordings went onto the album Si Fuera Hoy Como Ayer (If It Were Like Yesterday), a 13-track demo created in 2005. Several of those full tracks are also available on last.fm. The group's name translates not only as a band of people traveling together (nomads), but as a force to be reckoned with. They play from the heart and rock with their souls. Although the lyrics are all in Spanish, only lead singer and songwriter Angel Barbosa speaks Spanish.
The other members of the band feel the language of the music and hope he isn't getting them into trouble with the Mexican mafia. The four-piece band currently resides in Klamath Falls, a small town in southern Oregon. Angel, born in Mexico City, delivers passionate and powerful vocals and plays lead guitar; Eddie Barnes, a Klamath Falls native, rocks the bass steady and tight with drummer Paul Aragon, originally of Colorado, the heartbeat of the band; and keyboardist Heather Sha ties them all together with some tinkling of the plastic ivories. Blood, sweat, and passion goes into each note of every song. Well, usually not blood, though it's almost happened a few times. Check out the band's myspace page! http://www.myspace.com/nomadaz Read more on Last.fm.
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