Avalanch

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Avalanch
Avalanch 01 (Festival En Vivo).jpg
Background information
OriginAsturias, Spain
GenresProgressive metal
Alternative metal
Heavy metal
Hard rock
Power metal (early and recent)
Years active1993–2012, 2016-present
Associated actsWarCry
Sauze
MembersAlberto Rionda
Israel Ramos
Dirk Schlächter
Mike Terrana
Manuel Ramil
Jorge Salán
Past membersVíctor García
Alberto Ardines
Roberto García
Fernando Mon
Juan Lozano
Roberto Junquera
Dany León
Fran Fidalgo
Marco Álvarez
Ramón Lage
Chez García
Jose Manuel Paz
Magnus Rosén

Avalanch is a Spanish heavy metal band formed in Asturias in 1993.[1]

Led by composer, producer and guitar player Alberto Rionda, the band has released 5 studio albums, plus a handful of compilations, DVDs and English versions of their works.

Biography[edit]

The Spain band Avalanch combines power metal and progressive metal with elements of hard rock, pop and folk. Their albums are published in several European and American countries, and they mostly tour in Latin America.[2][3] They have been described as one of the "leading" Spanish-language heavy metal bands.[4]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

DVD[edit]

  • Cien Veces (2005)
  • Lágrimas Negras (2006)
  • Caminar sobre el agua (2008)

Compilations & re-recorded albums[edit]

  • Eternal Flame (1998) (English version of La Llama Eterna)
  • Mother Earth (2004) (English version of Los Poetas Han Muerto)
  • Las Ruinas del Edén (2004) – Re-recorded songs.
  • Un Paso Más (2005) – Greatest hits.
  • Del Cielo a la Tierra (2012) - Greatest hits.
  • El ángel caido (2017) - Re-recorded songs.

Live albums[edit]

Demos[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ (March 7, 2009). "Avalanch. Concierto de la formación asturiana de metal-rock", El País, p. 12.
  2. ^ (October 12, 2003). "Inundan de metal al DF", Reforma, p. 20.
  3. ^ Chavez, German (October 12, 2003). "Reciben 'avalancha' de peticiones de fans", El Norte, p. 23.
  4. ^ Padilla, Xardiel (October 13, 2003). "Perdonan todo a Avalanch", El Norte, p. 3.

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