Nucflash (Argentina) - Spreading the Virus (EP 2011)
|1.||The Beginning of the End (Intro)|
|2.||Spreading the Virus|
|3.||Sanctify Thy Darkness|
|5.||In the Name of Lucifer|
""Nucflash" was founded by Guitarist Alex Gavrer during April 2006 as a musical project in which he wanted to put all the fury and hatred to a corrupted system, and the passion and violence of the best genre: Thrash Metal. Initially influenced by the quality compositive by Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, etcetera, Alex founded a heavy metal band called "Warfare" during April 2006. Warfare began to produce heavy metal songs and play in a couple of concerts. The singer was Daniel Olejnik brother of Alex. After some concerts, the bassist left the band and then Sebastian Dalinger arrived during October 2007 to become the new bassist. Alex and Sebastian formed a strong musical alliance which took the band into a new level. Over the passage of time, Alex and Sebastian turned the composition of their songs into a heavier and violent music approaching into the Thrash-Death Metal style. As a consequence of this musical change, the drumer left the band because of musical differences. This Thrash metal change was deeply marked when Gabriel Montenegro arrived to be the new Drumer giving to the band the extra violent beats they needed. Also, they decided to get a second lead guitar to complete the formation and Sebastian Espinoza was chosen to take this position. A five-piece band was formed for the first time making the first thrash metal songs of politics and social lyrics, and the music in which they predominate a constantly variation of riffs. The band had a debut in the thrash attack metal festival, during November 2009. After a single concert the singer, Daniel Olejnik, decided to leave the band because he did not feel comfortable with this change of style. "Warfare" had met it's end. The band began the hard work to find another singer, and after a few trials, Matias Ayala was chosen to become the new singer giving the band the talented vocals and screams they needed to satisfy this aggresive music style. Under the new band name "Nucflash" they returned to the scenes, making concerts all around the country. Sebastian Espinoza decided to leave the band to dedicate his time to his personal career and Lautaro Koron was chosen to replace him establishing the ultimate Nucflash line up. "Nucflash" recorded it's first EP called "Spreading The Virus" during November 2011. It, the EP, recieved excellent feedback and critic from magazines and fans. "Nucflash" is now prepared to present the EP and making a tour in 2012."