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Patricio Stiglich Project, Progressive Metal, Rock, Bogota.

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Patricio Stiglich Project, Bandas de Progressive Metal, Rock de Bogota.
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    Opened for Megadeth in its show in Bogotá, Colombia on September 2, 2012.

    Patricio Stiglich Project is a Rock Band created in 2010 from a solo project devised in 2008 by Patricio Stiglich , currently made up of Patricio on the guitar and vocals , Ricardo Stiglich on the guitar, Mad Kat on the bass and Oscar Riaño on drums.

    In its years of existence, PSP has managed to be part of the Festival Rock al Parque 2010 , participated in The Battle of the Bands of < b> Hard Rock Café in 2011, and had the honor of being the opening ceremony of the concert of Alan Parsons Live Project in the Theater Jorge Eliécer Gaitán and has had great acceptance by the Bogota critic with his first record work.

    Its latest record was No Reaction , a Full-Length released in 2018.

    Patricio Stiglich (Guitarra, Voz), Parallax(Voz, Guitarra), Darkness(guitarrista), Indio(guitarra).
    Mad Kat (Voz, Bajo)
    Oscar Riaño (bateria), Nova Orbis(baterista).
    Ricardo Stiglich (guitarra).

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