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Origin Asturias, Spain
Genres Heavy metal
Alternative metal
Power metal
Years active 2008 - 2010
Labels Triple A-Metal
Associated acts WarCry
Hard Spirit
Members Toni Amboaje
Fernando Mon
Manuel Ramil
Alberto Ardines

Sauze is an alternative/power metal band from Asturias, Spain. The band was formed in 2008 after the departure of the ex-WarCry members Alberto Ardines, Fernando Mon, and Manuel Ramil, along with ex-Hard Spirit Toni Amboaje.


When they were out of WarCry they decided to form a new band,[1] Ardines called Mon to show him an album by Hard Spirit a metal band that had just been created and helped by Triple-A-Metal (Ardines's own record label),[2] with the purpose of showing Mon the vocal qualities of Amboaje. They decided that he was the singer they were looking for, and called Ramil to join them. Manuel Ramil was trying to participate in both bands WarCry and Sauze, but it was getting more difficult due to the distance between his home in Galicia and the rest of the members' in Asturias, they decided that Ramil could no longer be a member of the band and he left WarCry,[3] now he's completely dedicated to Sauze, which is currently working on what it will be their debut album.



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All sites in Spanish:
  1. ^ Sauze's bio Retrieved March 18, 2008
  2. ^ Ardines & Triple-A-Metal Retrieved April 16, 2007
  3. ^ Manuel Ramil leaves WarCry Retrieved February 18, 2008

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