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  EXCLUSIVE WORLD PREMIERE: GRANADA UNVEIL 'SOLVE ET COAGULA' FROM 'SINCRONIZADO'
22nd June 2017



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Argentinian groove/thrashers Granada will release their fourth full length album, 'Sincronizado', tomorrow, June 23rd 2017, via Symbol Of Domination of Belarus and today the fifth track from the new album, 'Solve et Coagula', is premiering here exclusively.



Granada were formed in 2008 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. That's the same year that MetalTalk was launched. Founded by Guillermo Estévez (vocals and guitar), the band's debut show was in 2010 with Black Dahlia Murder and continued with a series of shows in every possible venue in Buenos Aires and the rest of Argentina.

With three full lengths and one EP, the band have crossed the border by touring the neighbouring countries and achieving huge admiration from audiences all over the world.

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Fourth album, 'Sincronizado', recorded at El Pie Recording Studio and Chulengo was produced by Guillermo Estévez and will be distributed by Icarus Records and Blacktape Unorthodox Records, both of Argentina.

The band told us regarding 'Solve et Coagula':

"'Solve' or 'solutio' refers to the breaking down of elements and 'Coagula' refers to their coming together. In the process of transmuting base metal into gold or arriving at the philosopher's stone, this contained both literal and hidden meaning. 'Solve et Coagula' expresses transmutation from base."

'Sincronizado' can be purchased right here.

'Sincronizado' tracklist:
01. Poseso
02. Sincronizado
03. Mensaje Oculto
04. Provocación
05. Solve Et Coagula
06. La Cosecha
07. La Serpiente
08. Almas Vendidas
09. Prohibido Por La Luz
10. Mas Allá De La Muerte

Granada are:
Guillermo Estévez - Vocals and GuitarS
Manolo Mauriño - Guitars
Marcos Edwards - Drums
Matias Brandauer - Bass

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