Носител: BLU-RAY
Дата на издаване: 31.01.2014
Издател: earMUSIC / Edel Germany GmbH
Държава: Германия
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Кат. №: SMFB00M85663
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Line up:

Fabio Lione - vocals

Kiko Loureiro – guitar

Rafael Bittencourt – guitar

Felipe Andreoli – bass

Ricardo Confessori drums


With a special concert in their hometown Sao Paulo and an incredible live show, Angra celebrated the 20th anniversary of their 1993 debut album

„Angels Cry“ on August 25th, 2013.

Joined by Fabio Lione (Rhapsody of Fire, Vision Divine, ex-Kamelot) on vocals, the Brazilian melodic metal band performed their debut almost in

its entirety, adding on top a couple of fan favourites as well as songs from their most recent recordings for a over 20 songs containing setlist.

The show is truly a night to remember and was made even more unique when very special guests entered the stage: Tarja (ex-Nightwish), a true

metal diva, lends her talent and angelic voice on ‘Stand Away’ and Kate Bush’s ‘Wuthering Heights’. On the latter, the legendary Uli Jon Roth

(ex-Scorpions) is also featured and proves once again why he is such a reference for the majority of guitar players around the world. Furthermore,

the Brazilian string quartet Familia Lima shares the stage on three songs, and drummer Amilcar Christopharo from the band Torture Squad grabs

the sticks on ‘Evil Warning’, representing the metal bands from Brazil.

As guitar player Rafael Bittencourt puts it, “For those who think we should quit, I tell you: we’re just getting started.”

That pretty much summons up the very apparent joy that the band showed on stage.