1998 – present (23 years)
- Eduard Navarro
- Efrén López
- Mara Aranda
L'Ham de Foc ("the hook of fire") are a Valencian band, composing music based on traditions from around the Mediterranean, mixing it with influences from mediaeval, Middle Eastern, and Eastern Mediterranean music, using a variety of traditional instruments.
Their first album was U (meaning "one" in the Catalan language), released in 1999. After a period spent researching on the island of Crete, they went back to the recording studio in August 2001 in order to record their second album, Cançó de Dona i Home ("Woman and Man's Song"). Their third album, Cor de Porc ("Pig Heart"), was released in 2005.
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