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Z.I.T.O. - Angra - Holy Land

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  1. Angra replaces the classic progressive metal sound found on Angels Cry with Brazilian-influenced metal. There are a couple of standard metal tracks, "Nothing to Say" and "Z.I.T.O.," which would have fit on Angels Cry. The rest of Holy Land features the slower songs "Make Believe," "Deep Blue" and "Lullaby for Lucifer," plus songs influenced by Brazilian rhythms, including "Silence and Distance 8/
  2. In Angra opened for AC/DC in Brazil and was invited to the inaugural Brazilian Monsters of Rock Festival. Following the festival, the band embarked on a Brazilian tour, with further dates in Europe in Holy Land - an ambitious project involving orchestration, choirs, and Brazilian rhythms - was released in The production was handled by Sascha Paeth and Charlie bluesrock.yozshushicagegagoreandronn.infoinfo: Power metal, progressive metal, folk metal, .
  3. Aug 21,  · So, I would like to talk a little bit more of Holy Land, therefore how about a track by track review? Holy Land is a concept album and the plot is quite simple: The discovery of a new land. But inside this concept we have some sub-concepts like the rediscovery of innocence (Z.I.T.O), loneliness (Deep Blue), failure (Lullaby for Lucifer) and so on/5(23).
  4. Get all the lyrics to songs on Holy Land and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  5. Holy Land is a concept album by Brazilian metal band Angra. Its theme is centered on the Brazilian land by the time it was discovered in the 16th century, as depicted in the art surrounding the album release. Once fully opened, the cover illustration turns out to be an old 15th-century bluesrock.yozshushicagegagoreandronn.infoinfo: Power metal, folk metal.
  6. My InterpretationSeems to me to be a song about the essential nature of human life - one which is closer to the natural world and joy instead of the misery brought forth by modern bluesrock.yozshushicagegagoreandronn.infoinfo line "The angels cried, you've heard them weep" will be expanded in the album Angel's Cry and is very directly about modern sorrow and the false illusion of happiness of modern society.

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