April 10, 2021

Submergible closes the FMAC 2018 in Gran Canaria – La Provincia

Submergible closes the FMAC 2018 in Gran Canaria - La Provincia

The FMAC 2018 arrives, this weekend, to its final point in the province of Las Palmas. The alternative rock band Submersible will be the training responsible for putting the icing on The Paper Club (Las Palmas de Gran Canaria), starting at 00.30. In The crane, the finishing touch will put it Humanoid Operetta.

Topics like Just me, the power of Turns off or Returns have made Submersible a band with a undisputed seal, who comes to take refuge in a alternative rock of powerful guitars, background of garage sound, a great musical coherence and the attractive voice of José Rojas; signs of identity that undoubtedly grant to the lagoons to be one of the bands with the most future of the Archipelago.

They were crowned as the winners of the ULL Rock Festival 2017, La Laguna (Tenerife), but the journey began some time ago, back in 2011, building an alternative pop rock sound that draws mostly Anglo-Saxon musical sources, but with their own compositions. In 2016 they record their first self-titled album in the Sonobox Studios, from Madrid, under the direction of its producer Manuel Colmenero, who has left his mark in bands like Vetusta Morla or Eladio and the Dear Ones. Colmenero signs this first record and works with them on the second project that will soon be released.

The first album, composed of 11 songs, can be heard through digital platforms (such as Spotify or Bandcamp). Submersible is formed by brothers Antonio and José Rojas (guitars and vocals), Carlos Aguirre (drums) and Esteban Santos (bass).

Currently Submersible prepares the launch of his second work, a EP with six new themes in which the group explores sound and thematic territories that leave behind the most intimate and introspective air of their first songs. The album, whose first advance, the single Cables, will be published in January 2019, once again with the Colmenero stamp.

Attendees at Saturday's concert at The Paper Club will be able to listen to a very interesting selection of old new themes from 00.30 on the night that position the lagoon band among the groups to follow closely in the panorama of emerging national music next year.

In Lanzarote

The Humanoid Operetta quartet, mainly characterized by the shocking show and the scenic brutality that sprouts in direct, according to Pichu, one of its members, the bolus will start at La Crane starting at 9:30 p.m.

The musical style of Opereta Humanoide is an eclectic fusion of styles metal, pulling hard towards the punk and the hardcore. They started in 2014 and since then concerts and rehearsals have not stopped in the Guayota Association, in Tías, where they give free rein to their creativity. In summer his album of 11 songs came out, present in the main digital platforms, from which works continue to come out, such as the video clip that will be released at the beginning of 2019. However, a sample of what they do is the theme, from 2015, New green hope.

With renewed airs and very different styles, the group offers a purely guitar music mixing blunt and energetic distortion with riffs melodic Elaborate lyrics are fused with a music full of cuts, setbacks, nu-metal strokes, much popular tonadilla and a dressing of humorous fanfare.


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