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The band opened for Blind Guardian in Brazil in 2002 and with the success of their first album, Mind Sludge (2007), they decided to tour in the US. After Rafael MACEDO (Guitars/Vocals/Songwriter) joined forces with Mitch STEWART (Circle II Circle) Bass/Co-singer/Co-songwriter, Marco BICCA(LoNero) drums, and Jeremy VILLUCI(Keyboards), the band was complete. They released in 2012 a second and concept album, "From Sand Part 1". In 2015, the band is now recording and writing the suite, "From Sand Part 11".

The music is a powerful Progressive Metal with influences such as ANGRA and SYMPHONY X for that distinctive guitar sound.

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