Adelaida celebrates its 10 years with ‘Retrovisor’

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In addition, the new era of musicians begins with a short tour of Europe.

The Chilean band Adelaideafter the great success he had with Monolith, brings a series of good news to celebrate his tenth anniversary of his musical career. So the band made up of Sonic Trevally, Anke Steinhofel, Joaquin Roa and Thomas Perezhas positioned itself as one of the most relevant rock groups in Chile.

Rearview, andThe new album is now available on digital platforms. This was produced by the vocalist Claudius Manriquez and recorded in Lautaro Studio by Pablo Giadach and Federico Zeppelin. Furthermore, this production marks a new era: louder and a pioneer of the alternative genre, since it featured mastering by the prominent collaborator Jack Endino (Nirvana, soundgarden, Mudhoney, Mark Laneganamong others).

This has brought about a collaboration, where digital distribution makes it Intrepid Disc from Chile, while the CD editions and the first vinyl in the band’s history arrive from Spinda Records. You can now reserve these formats through the official site and bandcamp from the Spanish label, and which will be available from February 2024.

Finally and to celebrate these 10 years of record life, Rearview It is the band’s first album that opens the doors to Europe, thanks to the international alliance between labels. With that, Adelaide is also preparing a series of unmissable dates to enjoy this long-awaited release live.

On November 22 at the Mori Bellavista TheaterDecember 7 in QuilpuĆ© in Troterrace next to Spiral Vortex and on December 15th an acoustic at the record store KYD in Santiago, to close on December 22 in Health HouseConcepciĆ³n.

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