TRAC presents its new project consisting of original, progressive rock compositions releasing two albums simultaneously, "Man" and "El bosque sin árboles” recorded at Gourmet Sound Studio (A Coruña) throughout 2016 and performed it for the first time in Ágora Auditorium on february 2017.TRAC are Berto Morán (drums, percussion, acoustic guitar, voice), Luis Molina (electric bass, voice), Moncho Pardo (electric guitar, effects, voice) and Juan Cordonié (acoustic, electric and synthesized guitar, voice) and has an extensive career as a rock blues cover-band, always with the same emphasis on the vocal and instrumental."Man" is the album that comprises a long suite around the German artist Manfred Gnädinger’s life, from his origins in the Lake Constance area to his arrival to Galicia and his whole art work for more than 40 years in Camelle, living there like an anchorite until his tragic death after the Prestige oil spill. For this project, TRAC has collected audio archives from the RTVG and graphic rights from the Museum MAN of Camelle."El bosque sin árboles" touches various topics and sounds that go from different, chained instrumental moods (“ECM”) to pure introspection (“Luminarias”) and even anger (“Generación maldita”) without forgetting the ecological suite presented in four parts, which gives name to the album.
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