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Signs

by Heavens Guardian

Recorded at Mr.Som studio (São Paulo, Brazil) the album was produced by Marcello Pompeu and mixed and mastered by Heros Trench, both professionals who conquered a Latin-American Grammy in 2010. Heavier, without losing its melodic essence, Signs pictures this new phase with different guise and identity than what the now septet Heaven’s Guardian was doing previously in its career.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. Religion
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2. Time
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3. Strength
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4. Journey
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5. Fantasy
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6. Dream
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7. Change
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8. Passage
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9. War
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10. Silence
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
It took months in the studio for the band Heaven’s Guardian from Goiânia/Brazil to produce a work that could gather everything they glimpsed when they passed through radical changes in 2013. With the addition of new players and boasting two singers, new possibilities were open. Now, Olívia Bayer and Flávio Mendez (vocals), Ericsson Marin and Luiz Maurício (guitars), Murilo Ramos (bass), Arthur Albuquerque (drums) and Everton Marin (keyboards) present the album Signs.

Recorded at Mr.Som studio (São Paulo, Brazil) the album was produced by Marcello Pompeu and mixed and mastered by Heros Trench, both professionals who conquered a Latin-American Grammy in 2010. Heavier, without losing its melodic essence, Signs pictures this new phase with different guise and identity than what the now septet Heaven’s Guardian was doing previously in its career.

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