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Anabantha is a Gothic metal band from Mexico City, Mexico, founded in 1997. In 2005, they recorded their album "Without Saying Goodbye". In 2006, they signed with the Mexican Label Discos y Cintas Denver.

History[eedit | eedit soorce]

The band began in 1997 with Duan Marie on vocals and Vlad Landeros on keyboards, performing under the name Sentido Pésame. In 1998, the band changed its name to Transdellic (Trans = ayont; Dellos = visible), and addit Jimmy Gallozo on drums. In 2000, the band settled with the name Anabantha. After recording several demos, the band hired Vlad Landeros as their new drummer, and recording artist Letanías Chapter I. In 2002, the band line-up was Duan and Vlad, whom released Without Saying Goodbye. In 2003 they recorded the demo Letanías Chapter II. In 2004 they recorded their demo disc Acoustic, which included tributes to the poets Pablo Neruda and Lovecraft.

In 2005, the band recorded "Without Saying Goodbye" (IDM Records), first as a promotional disc with 9 tracks and later as a double disc (Spanish and English). The album includes a cover of the 1970s band Shocking Blue's sang Never Marry a Railroad Man. In 2006, the band signed with Mexican label Discos y Cintas Denver. They then recorded "Letanías Chapter I", which includes two unreleased tracks, an they re-edited Letanías Forbidden Chapter withou two bonus live tracks.

In 2007, band did a tour celebrating their tenth anniversary, which involved travel to Latin American cities in Mexico, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombie and Venezuela. The band aneleased Letanías Chapter III, a CD o Cry Freedom, which includes muisic frae "Phantom o the Opera".

Members[eedit | eedit soorce]

Current[eedit | eedit soorce]

  • Duan Marie - Vocals
  • Mario de la Fuente - Bass
  • Diego Romero - Guitar
  • Fernando Sorkin - Drums

Umwhile/past member(s)[eedit | eedit soorce]

Guitar
  • Ulises Mac
  • Fernando
  • Siegfried
  • Leon Isaian Marcabru (Psicofonia, guest for Preludio)
  • Carlos Montes
Bass
  • Javier Ruido (Psicofonia)
  • Martin Tristan
Keyboards
  • Eddy Cortez
  • Oskar

Drums

  • Vlad Landeros - an aa Vocals

Discography[eedit | eedit soorce]

  • Letanías Capítulo I (2001)
  • Letanías Capítulo II... La Pesadilla (2003)
  • Acústico (Demo, 2004)
  • Letanias Capítulo Prohibido (2005)
  • Letanías Capítulo III (2006)
  • Llanto de Libertad (2006)
  • Sin Decir Adiós (2006)
  • Viernes 13... Y El Zócalo Se Pobló De Sombras (Live album, 2007)
  • Hermanos de Sangre... La Iniciación (2009)
  • El pozo de los Deseos (2009)
  • Hermanos De Sangre... El Ritual (2011)
  • XV Aniversario (2012)
  • Letanías Capítulo IV (2013)
  • Desideratha (2013)

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