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    No Volveré
  2. 2.
    Time to Change
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    Flowers in Autumn
  5. 5.
    Aprendo a Morir
Amöniacö was born in Santiago Chile in 2008, current members are Carlos Vandal (voice & guitar) Jano Perververso (bass) and Joanne (drums).
The first album was called "Tu fuego" released in 2011. From this first album were extracted the singles "Caer", "Tu fuego" and "aprendo a morir". In April 2013, Amöniacö was in charge of The Cure opening show in their 2013 LATAM tour, on which the band picked the support bands in each country. "Time to change" was recorded in Studio Master by British producer Barry Sage and mastered by Martin Bowes at The Cage Studio in Coventry, UK. By July 2015 the band was selected to record a new single for Converse Chile Rubber Tracks. That was the chance to work with producer Pablo Giadach in Lautaro Studio. The song recorded was "No volveré". By September the band was on the semi final at the "Viva Rock Latino" of Hard Rock Cafe, in August of the same year they are headliners at the Under Fest held in Arica.
In 2017 the band performs at SCD Plaza Egaña with Sin Razón Aparente and Penny Necklace from Spain, in May they offer a show at MiBar and June takes them to the stage of the Frecuencia Audiomusica program conducted by Rolo Ramos. In November they released their new single "Castigarás", which will be released in physical format in 2018. The single was recorded at Estudios Indomito by producer André Valenzuela and mastered by Mariano Pavez at Switch Estudio.


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