Nueva Vulcano

Nueva Vulcano

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Nueva Vulcano were inspired by Superchunk/Hüsker Dü indie-rock, but gave it a twist singing in spanish, with some of the most beautiful and cryptic lyrics you'll find in the spanish scene. 3 albums and 4 singles released, and have toured Europe and the USA with The Life And Times. Energic and smart.

Biography

It is true that there are bands which look interesting at first sight for the musical origins of its members. Nobody will deny that Aina was a legendary band in the underground scene, not only in Barcelona but in the whole Europe. Or that Shanty Rd. was one of the most innovating and restless bands of spanish post-hardcore. Or that one of the best skills of The Moon Men is their drumming. That's why Artur (ex Aina), Wences (ex Shanty rd.) and Albert (The Moon Men) are as respected as brave enough to shake their past and walk over it with this new act which is Nueva Vulcano, and show through it their personalities and talent. That's why when the band appeared with their debut "Principal primera" in 2004, that was a lovely event for all of us. Nueva Vulcano is the perfect example of what we expect from a band: simplicity, punch and contents. A guitar heir of the american indie tradition (Superchunk, Hüsker Dü), a bass which sometimes sounds like a lead instrument, a powerful tom-based rythm base and, amongst all, the beauty of Artur's lyrics. Followed by 2005's "Juego entrópico", which sounds clearer and better built than their debut, they are reaching the audience with their unique personality, credibility and savoir faire, being today one of the most interesting underground rock acts in Barcelona. New album "Los peces de colores" out November 09.

Discography

- "Principal primera" CD (BCore, 2004)
- "Sobremesa" Vinyl 7" (Trece Grabaciones, 2004)
- "Sagrada Familia" Vinyl 7" (Modern City Records, France, 2004)
- "Juego Entrópico" CD/LP (BCore, 05)
- "Split/The Life And Times" (Trece Grabaciones, 2006)
- "Los días señalados" Vinyl 7" (BCore, 2007)
- "Los peces de colores" CD/LP (BCore, 2009)