Powerful Symphony ‘Mother’ Marks The Return Of Tragul

Tragul is back and it does with the solidity of ‘Mother‘, a powerful symphony of power metal that has been available on YouTube since August 4th, accompanied by an animated short that illustrates the song.

The sublime voice of the Spanish Zuberoa Aznárez (Diabulus in Music and Soloist), in addition to Paraguayan talents: Diego Bogarín on guitars, bass and secondary vocals; Adrian Benegas on keyboards, lyrics, music and production; and the special guest: Aldo Benegas, mixing and mastering and responsible for the guitar solo, result in the perfect combination to highlight this exquisite material.

About the premiere of ‘Mother‘ with , the composer Adrian BenegasTragul comments that he feels happy because “this song means gratitude in life, not only my mother, but also, my two aunts and grandmother, who always sheltered me in values ​​of great humanity, with examples of perseverance

He stressed that, among the lessons learned from these women, “the most important thing is to never hold bad feelings against anyone. For me, nothing is more important than what we cannot touch, I mean the spiritual, the feelings and the model of life ”.

Mother‘ opens with an animated video developed, illustrated and created by Santiago Cabrera and Elías Méndez. Its creators say that history is an imagination of a soul’s journey before choosing his mother to be born. Following the character “Wisp” through various fantastic worlds, guided by another character “Angel”, until he finds the place where he belongs.

About Tragul:

Tragul is a project by the paraguayan producer Adrian Benegas, which returns to the scene after a couple of years. It is characterized by collaborative remote work, since it had the participation of talented collaborators of the metal genre throughout its trajectory: the Spanish singer Zuberoa Aznárez (Diabulus In Musica), the American guitarist Steve Conley (Flotsam and Jetsam), German bassist Oliver Holzwarth (ex Blind Guardian, ex Rhapsody of Fire, ex Tarja) and Dutch drummer Sander Zoer (ex Delain). The contacts were made thanks to the internet and the work is completely online.

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