AGHORA Featuring CYNIC Members: New Song Posted Online

A new song, "Atmas Heave", from Miami, Florida-based progressive metal band AGHORA's upcoming CD, "Formless", has been posted at the band's MySpace page.

AGHORA's second album, "Formless" was produced in part by Neil Kernon (QUEENSRŸCHE, NEVERMORE, CANNIBAL CORPSE, DEICIDE) and is scheduled for a December 21 release. Diana Serra's vocals were tracked in guitarist Santiago Dobles' home studio in Miami, Florida. Mixing was done by Kernon and Dobles at Rax Trax Studios in Chicago, and was followed by the mastering at West West Side Music by Alan Douches.

AGHORA's current recording lineup is:

Sean Reinert - Drums
Giann Rubio - Drums
Alan Goldstein - Bass
Santiago Dobles - Guitar
Diana Serra – Vocals

AGHORA's self-titled first album (2000) was recorded in 1999 with the help of Sean Malone and Sean Reinert, both former members of CYNIC.

As previously reported, Dobles has been tapped to play guitar on the upcoming reunion tour by CYNIC, which is scheduled to kick off next spring. Santiago has been around the CYNIC camp since 1993-94 and was one of CYNIC guitarist/vocalist Paul Masvidal's guitar students in Miami back in the day.


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