Members featured in the album
NICOLÁS AUVIEUX - Guitar and FX
FERNANDO FERRO - Guitar and vocals
AUGUSTO GALLEGOS - Bajo and FX
ISAAC LLOVERA - Drums, keyboards and vocals
CAETO VELIZ - Guitar and chorus
ADRIÁN LLOVERA - Vocals
Members featured in the album
NICOLÁS AUVIEUX - Electric, acoustic & classic guitar
AUGUSTO GALLEGOS - Bass
ISAAC LLOVERA - Drums, keyboards, guitar and vocals
DIEGO RAMIRO PAPIZ - Spoken words and chorus
ADRIÁN LLOVERA - Chorus
FRANCO LLOVERA - Chrous
RENZO CECCENARRO - Chorus
Quartet born in the city of San Miguel de Tucumán, as its name would seem express Syderalus leads to the feeling that you've seen everything just look once, on a journey through the interior of their own and other thoughts. Formed by Nicolas Auvieux (guitar, FX), Augusto Gallegos (bass, FX) and Isaac Llovera (drums, vocals, keyboards), this band of Rock / Metal Progressive Experimental debuts a February 6, 2015 at the Robert Nesta Club, as of the 40° de Rock.Rock Festival.
With good production, Syderalus makes clear what he wants without express abundant letters, only sound.
On October 13, 2014 they released their debut album "Syderalus" only 3 long tracks (each close to 15 minutes) a Progressive Metal with nicely embodied structures, subtleties wholesale, intense moods and atmospheres, good modern sound, rhythmic complexities throughout its course tied to beautiful melodies and the very power of the genre, and English lyrics.
It costs a little look any band with which to relate this album is perhaps closest Tool with some things that sound good to Porcupine Tree (those concepts where the melody is so deeply attached to the atmospheres and moods on transiting).
After finishing the recording of the album, Fernando Ferro abandons the project for personal reasons, leaving the band reduced to a trio. In January 2015, Syderalus made its debut in the 40th cycle of Rock, in Robert Nesta, Tucumán. During 2015, the trio tirelessly prepares the songs to be presented in October 2015 at the Orestes Caviglia Theater, together with Zener. In 2016 he shared scenarios with Zener, Llovera, Realas, Nysas, Yo, Moreno, Senegal Grindcore Mafia, Sauce and Gardenia (Salta), Sur Oculto (Córdoba).
In the year 2018 he made a mini-tour together with Zener through Buenos Aires and the city of Quilmes, playing both bands together with his host, the group Rotten Apples.
At the end of that same year they released their second album, "Inner Silence", based on a work of concept: Are we really aware of the impact our words have on others?
Inner Silence explores this theme, narrating a fictional story that describes the memories of a character, who throughout his life experiences a series of situations, both social and personal, that lead him to reflect on the importance of his words. Each track locates the protagonist on a key day of his life, ordered in a randomly random way, where the entire album shows a life cycle from the beginning to a relative end.
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