Heavy Metal/ Hard Rock From Ecuador
Raam is a Heavy Metal and Hard Rock band from the city of Cuenca and founded in 2012 by camille Hawk and Willy Rat, the Band stands by touching metal retaining the roots of rock n roll classic, resulting in an excellent proposal directed towards a new form of heavy metal becoming the only band in suramerica to start this new wave, today the have the release of two demos and theirs latest EP called "In the Name of the Devil's Ass". This yearThey launch a promo of their upcoming album "Rockefeller loves you all" where they make an obvious criticism of the religious and economic system imperative of humankind. This promo has the track 6, 7, 8 and 9 of the album. This promo will give an introduction to all those lovers of the old guard Rock N Roll and Heavy Metal.
The song "Henry Garcia" corresponds to album`s track 6, begins with the entrance of rhythmic guitar riff accompanying progressively lead guitar and percussion, it is performed a guitar solo and then a very distinctive Hard Rock riff of the late 70s is heard with a dyes of a more traditional version of punk rock and heavy metal finishing off with a choir. After you hear a guitar solo by imitation of circus music with marching rhythm on percussion, ending the song can distinguish a classic riff, respecting the 12 compasses of blues music.
"Walk alone" is track 7 of the album, introducing the song is a guitar arpeggio with a ritual background vocals in an atmosphere of temple, the song is characterized by own riffs of hard rock and a bit similar to Doom Metal, the singing voice is heard in a difonia with a thicker voice, you can see also solos with elaborate guitar scales and use of vibrato lever guitar, falsetto singer and a chorus that recalls the phrase "walk alone". In the official video you can see a ritual atmosphere inside a temple.
"Hope" is the quietest song of this promo, has enough influence of the 60`s surf music. Slide guitar, percussion bells and bass create an atmosphere of relaxation and meditation.
"The Spinal Trap" has an electronic intro similar to video games, two guitars enter with an elaborate scales to give opening percussion, then a fairly conservative riff in 50 s rock n roll style is heard, after a few cuts, stops and changes you begin hear a faster pace in the Speed Metal from the old school early 80s style, after a lull in which the lead guitar takes an important role to start another fast pace of Speed Metal ending in a guitar solo accompanied by a falsetto voice.
Watch "Walk Alone" Official Video