• Superaro

    11 Nov 2006, 14:36 by arielb

    hOu!

    I'm happy.

    New sounds in the air. Angerbox is back, our new album - Superaro is out. Awesome. The sound quality is average, but it's a home made record... anyway, there are no "annoying" tracks, so don't panic. What i'm trying to say is that it's really hard and expensive to record in a proper studio here in Argentina (... ok, maybe it's not THAT expensive, but it's really hard for us to face such a challenge… at least if we talk about money….) Anyway, the most important thing is for all of you to know the songs. Give it a listen and you'll find that there are some nice tracks here. My favorites, Ode To A Friend and Like Heaven. Give it a listen, you'll find your own favs.

    The album will be avaliable here for full download until Nov-30. After that, you'll see that free tracks will change as weeks go by.

    And it seems that there are users who actually listen to Ariel Borgna (or my acoustic songs hahaha, whatever you may call it)

  • The Sound of the Essential

    23 Mar 2006, 17:54 by arielb

    Hi there.

    This is the best moment for a review; "Arielb - the best of 2005". Why? I'm 26 now (my birthday was three days ago!!) and I feel like writing a short description of what've been the most treasured moments.

    This has been a great year.

    Thru last.fm, I discovered tons of music. The first amazing thing that I found out (about two days after I was registered, on March 3rd) was Muse, which instantly became my #1 listened-to artist (as soon as I got their complete discography). In my opinion, they are one of the most original bands since Nirvana & Korn. I love the fact that they can be tender (Blackout) and heavy (The Small Print (Tsp)) and so much more. The mixture between the delicate sound of an acoustic piano and the agressive & dirty saturation of Matt's guitars are the best (New Born). You can experience so many different things at the same time. Matt's vocals are something very particular. He can change from Phil Anselmo (Pantera) to Jeff Buckley in a matter of seconds.