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Fusing Spanish force steel with folk, Latin, and prog, Asturias clothing Avalanch have already been ever present on the homeland’s rock and roll scene because the early ’90s. Originally called Acceleration Demons, founding people Juan Lozano (vocals) and Alberto Ardines (drums) transformed their name to Avalanch in 1993 if they had been became a member of by guitarist Alberto Rionda, bassist Francisco Fidalgo, and vocalist Victor Garcia. After liberating their debut recording, La Llama Eterna, in 1997 and 1999 follow-up Llanto de el Héroe, Garcia and Ardines had been ousted once the remaining band discovered these were also composing and recording materials beneath the name of Warcry. Despite an ever-changing lineup, the group released four studio room albums within the 2000s, like the critically acclaimed Un Angel Caido, during 2011 they documented their first English-language work, Malefic Period: Apocalypse.

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Full Name Avalanch
Music Songs Johnny, Johnny Come Home, Aadar, C'mon Everybody Let's All Get Down, AvAlanche, Race, 1203 Blvd, Underground, Soltan, I Don't Want to Be Lonely, Miami, All Blame on Love, When the Cowboys Come, Hound Days, Love Like This, Azura, Down to the Doctors, Don't Know Where I've Been, Evolution, Azad, OMFG, Don't Stop, 5.30 A.M., Need Me a Car, A Grandeur Hoax, White Line Highway, Earthquake, I Miss You, My Cherie, Hands Up!, Watch Me Fly, Turban, Innumerable Words
Albums Wildflower, At Last Alone, Since I Left You, El Producto, Electricity

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