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This friday night AirTrain @ Painkiller Metal Show from Belgium! 10 p.m. Belgian time



Postado em/Posted on Outubro 8th, 2015 @ 21:49 | 470 views

CD review originally published by Imprensa do Rock website

By Victor Santos

Note: 09.0 / 10.0

Surely at least you should know the members of the AirTrain. The band consists of members of Phantom of The Beast, already known tribute to Iron Maiden that runs the venues providing a magical night to fans of the band.

And it seems that the quintet formed by: Caio Siriani (Vocal), Julio Machia and Arthur Santos on guitar, William Delmolin (bass) and Ivan Rehder (drums) wanted to venture into the author’s world with songs that flirt between Iron Maiden, Accept and (It reminded me of fact a pinch of The Darkness in vowel string Caio Siriani).

The first three compositions AirTrain entitled “Living For The Love”, “Back To War” and “German Night” recall the best times of the bands Iron Maiden and Accept, “Living For The Love”, comes with its own pace without showing clear influences (unless passing resemblance that I quoted earlier in voice).

Now a ballad. Of course, a band that values ​​the Hard / Heavy is essential to have something like that and especially a debut CD. We are talking about “The Sky Road”, but someone there heard Scorpions? Sensational band with sensational influences. “Shark Attack”, “Julianne,” “Rock The Bones” come back with the whole footprint of metalheads and cymbal accompanied by bass drum with riffs on Shark is the most serious headbanger beyond the show house of the background against the wall with angry face go to the middle of the track, loosen the ponytail and start bangear throughout the duration of the song proper. “Julianne” back with a pinch of “Can I Play With Madness” it on percussion. Moreover, it contains a riff very exciting again and “Rock The Bones” has the coolest power the entire album and this song being a “quickie” of a little more than 3 minutes long

And finally, “Into My Soul” that reminds me of the most progressive songs from Maiden’s “The Final Frontier” over here (not so long ago, but almost there). And for last, wait a little longer and not take the CD out of your player. It has a well electrifying version of an excerpt from “Shark Attack” and you will remember absolutely “Aces High”.


Postado em/Posted on Setembro 4th, 2015 @ 12:02 | 378 views

The AirTrain`s debut album was one of the highlights of Roadie Crew`s issue 109, an important brazilian magazine!


Postado em/Posted on Agosto 11th, 2015 @ 12:11 | 384 views

AirTrain held its first gig after the release of its first studio album on july 18th in São Paulo. The gig was held in a traditional brazilian rock bar, Manifesto Rock Bar, which has been the stage for many top concerts in the city for the last couple of years.

The crowd came along and attended in a good number on the evening, for those that were there the band played its first album full and a few other tributes, although there was a surprise for the crowd there, the band played for the first time their new song “Falling Castles” and was very well recieved by the audience.

The opening band was Toxic Novel from Santo André, Brazil.


Postado em/Posted on Julho 23rd, 2015 @ 19:23 | 459 views

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