Trilogy (band)

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Trilogy
Origin Córdoba, Spain
Genres Heavy metal
Years active 2003 - present
Labels Avispa Music
Associated acts WarCry
Website www.Trilogymetal.com
Members José "Loki" Juárez
Esteban Garrido
Carlos Villalón
Manuel Rubio
Juan Luis Santaella
Past members José Rubio
Jose Manuel Milán

Trilogy is a heavy metal band from Córdoba in Andalusia, Spain. Formed in 2000, the band was formerly known as Dogma.[1]

History[edit]

Trilogy was originally formed in summer 2000, after José Rubio decided to create a heavy metal band "without complexes". They composed their first works "Noches de Neón" and "Atila". Between 2001 and 2002 they kept composing songs. In 2003 they recorded the first demo "Quemando el Pasado".[2] Another demo was released in 2004 titled "Nueva Era" with the participation of many musicians, including Pablo García from WarCry. Trilogy has defined tendencies to classical heavy metal from bands such as Dio, Judas Priest, Rainbow, and Rata Blanca.[2]

At the beginning of 2005, Trilogy began work on their first full length album. Between July and September they worked in the Music NO! Producciones studio with the collaboration of Paco Ventura and Manuel Ibañez (from Medina Azahara) and Larry (from Katie King), among others.[2] The band toured Spain to support the album and sold the promotional single, "Viejo Caminante", only at concerts.[1]

After Rubio left the band to become part of WarCry in late 2007, the group incorporated, as referred to by the magazine HeavyRock, "ancient formations: Carlos Villalón".[2]

Members[edit]

Current members[edit]

  • José "Loki" Juárez - vocals
  • Carlos Pastrana - guitars
  • Esteban Garrido - guitars
  • Manuel Rubio - bass guitar
  • Juan Luis Santaella - drums

Past members[edit]

  • José Rubio - guitars
  • Jose Manuel Milán - bass guitar

Discography[edit]

Demos[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Ecyclopaedia Metallum metal-archives.com Retrieved April 12, 2008
  2. ^ a b c d Band's history trilogymetal.com Retrieved June 29, 2008

External links[edit]