Malón - 360º download album
Release date: December 10th, 2013. Modified by: Adrian Ariel Poblete. Added on: 2014-01-29 22:48:36.
Malón was disbanded in 1998 and regrouped in 2001 with a new lead singer, Eduardo Ezcurra, who recorded Malón - El Ep and the band split again in 2002. In 2011 the band reunited with its original members.
MALÓN is an Argentinian thrash metal act formed in 1995. The released 2 studio albums and a live album in the period 1995 - 1997 but split up in 1998 when lead vocalist Claudio O'Connor left the band. MALÓN reunited in 2001 though with a new vocalist in Eduardo Ezcurra. They disbanded again in December 2002. A couple of the members formed Razones Conscientes.
Malón is a thrash metal band from Argentina that was formed in 1995 by Claudio O'Connor, Antonio Romano, Claudio Strunz (all ex-Hermética members), and Karlos Cuadrado. Various internal conflicts led to the dissolution of Hermética in late of 1994. Claudio O'Connor, Antonio Romano and Claudio Strunz created Malón, with bassist Carlos Kuadrado. They played their first gig at Cemento. Meanwhile, Ricardo Iorio, the fourth member of Hermética, formed the band Almafuerte, which has a sharp rivalry with Malón.
Malon is an emo/screamo band that is now broken up, which isn't surprising, considering how breaking up seems to be a trend with emo bands. Consequently, this album, Portraits of Dying, can be considered their swan song. The record starts like any orthodox emo record, with the song Socks and Socks and Socks, a title which may have been inspired by the indie band Cats and Cats and Cats.
|3||Castigador Por Herencia|
|5||Sintoma de la Infección|
|6||Nido de Almas|
|7||Grito de Pilagá|
|9||Yo no lo haré (Hermética cover)|
|10||Robó Un Auto (Hermética Cover)|
|11||Baila la Hinchada|
|12||Cancha de Lodo|
|13||Victimas Del Vaciamiento (Hermética Cover)|
|16||Vida Impersonal (Hermética cover)|
|18||Tu Eres Su Seguridad (Hermética Cover)|
|20||Bajo El Dominio Danzante|
|21||Sepulcro Civil (Hermética Cover)|
|23||Si Se Calla El Cantor|
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