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katarrama stuma

katarrama stuma

katarrama stuma


Katarrama is a band formed in 1999 in Barcelona (Catalonia). They practice radical Metal with tracks sung in both Spanish and Catalan, with a strong political edge. The band was founded with Oriol Iglesias (drums), Albert Iglesias (guitar), Lluís Sendra (vocals), Alex (guitars), Moi (bass) recording a first demo which was already included a version of one of her biggest flagship 41 bales, which speaks of the racial killing Amadou Diallo suffered at the hands of the U.S. police. Read more on Last.fm
Katarrama is a band formed in 1999 in Barcelona (Catalonia). They practice radical Metal with tracks sung in both Spanish and Catalan, with a strong political edge. The band was founded with Oriol Iglesias (drums), Albert Iglesias (guitar), Lluís Sendra (vocals), Alex (guitars), Moi (bass) recording a first demo which was already included a version of one of her biggest flagship 41 bales, which speaks of the racial killing Amadou Diallo suffered at the hands of the U.S. police. With the departure of Alex and Moi, bassist Albert Godayol arrives who joins the group and embody their first studio album of the same name as the group Katarrama Stuma (2002) edited by the record label El Lokal. In 2005 they recorded their second studio album En silenci...

(Contra Records - Bé Negre) with most tracks sung in Catalan and a more sophisticated sound. This new work was recorded, mixed and produced by David Rosell (Brams, Mesclat, Dept., Aramateix) in the studio Can Pardaler in Taradell. Mastering was by Michael Schwabbe at Monoposto studio in Düsseldorf. Collaborate on disc Xato trombonist (Dr.

Calypso), singer Pau Llonch (Atversaris), poet Jordi Bilbeny, the DJ Txeff Pills and David Rosell. In 2006 the singer Lluís Sendra left the group to meet Reclam, its draft Management, being replaced by Carles Angla. Carles Angla, also known as Xarly, came loaded with a bunch of letters, which helped shape the third studio album Kada verS (2009), recorded, mixed and produced by David Rosell the same way as the previous album. This time, disc collaborations are trombonist Xato, David Rosell himself on vocals, trumpet, guitars, Joan Sanchez on guitars and Jordi Bilbeny in the poem on the back of the disc. The album includes a version of the song "Jo hi sóc si tu vols ser-hi" by the Catalan singer-songwriter and musician Lluís Llach. At this time find themselves immersed in local, preparing to return to direct new scenes tour.

Since its formation, have performed at every corner where they have left, playing in Catalonia, Euskadi and Ireland. You can download some themes on its official website, katarrama.com or on their MySpace www.myspace.com/katarrama. 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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