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Interview with Miguel Inglês

Original Portuguese version at SounD(/)ZonE. “Conquering naughty hearts” (using their own words) for several years now, both as musicians and human beings, EQUALEFT have just released their so awaited debut album “Adapt & Survive”. Talking to singer Miguel “Inglês” we … Continue reading

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EQUALEFT’s “Adapt & Survive”

Original Portuguese version at SounD(/)ZonE. There are many bands nowadays claiming that their sound features “groove”, but there are really few who actually do so. And among the latter, EQUALEFT can be proud of how they do it. And if … Continue reading

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EQUALEFT @ Canecas Bar, 2014/06/07

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One week after the release party of their debut album “Adapt & Survive” (report here), there were EQUALEFT opening for the mighty R.A.M.P.. Go, EQUALEFT, go!  They still played the whole new album, but this time they changed the track … Continue reading

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EQUALEFT’s “Adapt & Survive” release party @ Metalpoint, 2014/05/31

Originally posted in Valkyrian Music. “Adapt & Survive” was the album we were celebrating last night, but it could have well been the motto of the event. The main reason I avoid gigs at Metalpoint is safety – unless you stay … Continue reading

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“Adapt & Survive” release party – support acts @ Metalpoint, 2014/05/31

Originally posted in Valkyrian Music. Equaleft invited three bands to join the party. The first one was metalcore act Forbidden To Fly. They’re currently preparing their upcoming debut album, meaning not only writing songs but also gathering the financial means … Continue reading

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EQUALEFT @ Metalpoint, 2013/11/30

First EQUALEFT gig in a long while, as they’ve been reclusive while recording their first full-length. Sadly, Miguel was sick (flu) and his voice wasn’t at 100% – nor did he jump so much, as it’s his usual – but … Continue reading

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