Legacy Of Fire | Bandas Colombianas

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Legacy of Fire was founded in the city of Santiago de Cali (Colombia) in 2002. After two albums in demo format, their first full-length "The Circus of the Unfortunate" sees the light in 2008, accompanied by positive reviews a rapid sold-out of the first run of production.

In the same year, Legacy of Fire signed a contract with the agency Storm Blaze Entertainment, with whom in order to transport South American achievements in Colombia with "The Circus of the Unfortunate", planned and carried out the promotional tour "Tour of the Unfortunate / South America 2009". Three-month long, March, April and June 2009; scenarios of Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and Chile were visited accompanied by an extensive coverage by the mass-media and specialized press, radio and television, further sold-out of the new special edition of "The Circus of the Unfortunate" for South American tour. Additionally, Legacy of Fire in conjunction with Carlos Toro (Lacrimosa, Vader, Mercenary, Kreator) decides in Santiago de Chile to record the video for the song "Revolución Ausente".

In 2010 EP "Nexus" was distributed for free via myspace. Thanks to that EP, the band signed a contract with british label Casket Music. For two years, Casket Music will be responsible for promotion and international distribution of "Acid Fate", the second full-length of Legacy of Fire, planned to release early 2011. The band nowadays established in Bogotá, Colombia and is supported by many national and international companies. Jaime Coy - Vocals
Juan Carlos Vasquez - Drums
Camilo Barbosa - Guitars
Diego Pinzón - Keys
Miguel Nova - Bass
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In the same year, Legacy of Fire signed a contract with the agency Storm Blaze Entertainment, with whom in order to transport South American achievements in Colombia with "The Circus of the Unfortunate", planned and carried out the promotional tour "Tour of the Unfortunate / South America 2009". Three-month long, March, April and June 2009; scenarios of Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Argentina and Chile were visited a" /> [editar]