Biography

In 1998 four teenagers, aged between 13 and 15, decided to make rock music: Agustin Amaya (keyboards, synthesizers, lead vocals), Juan Cruz Sanabria (guitars), Juan Amaya (drums, percussion and vocals), and Javier Martinez (electric bass). First they played covers from songs by The Beatles, Pink Floyd and Queen. But then, under the name Amagrama, the band started to write their own compositions, influenced by Argentine progrock legends Crusis, El Reloj and Pablo El Enterrador, new band Nexus and the symphonic dinosaurs Genesis and King Crimson. In 2003, Amagrama began their recordings sessions and a year later they released their debut-album entitled “Ciclotimia” (with guest guitarist Alejandro Graziano): dynamic and often sumptuous, melodic 24-carat progrock with spectacular solos and interplay. The music has echoes from Crucis and both Gerard and Dream Theater (but not that ‘over-the top-scale-acrobatics’).

Edited by Tecfan on 12 Sep 2009, 21:12

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