Mexican metallers Agora release new single ‘In The Name Of Destruction‘ on 28th March, out on Crusader Records.
‘In The Name Of Destruction‘ is the latest single from Mexican metal band, Agora. The song speaks about a catastrophic, futuristic world in which zombies are spreading throughout the land and bringing humankind to extinction. It’s a strong musical statement with a modern, yet classic approach to bold heavy metal arrangements.
A big highlight is the keyboards, masterfully played by legend Derek Sherinian (Dream Theater, Billy Idol, Alice Cooper), who’s signature sound is found throughout the song.
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Through a period of continuous work, Agora have four albums under their belt, a live DVD and have also performed at well-known national and international festivals such as Vive Latino, Rock al Parque, Hell & Heaven and Fronterizo Fest.
After sharing the stage with bands like KISS, Judas Priest, Guns & Roses, Megadeath, Mötley Crüe, Deep Purple, Iron Maiden and Def Leppard, they’ve built a large and faithful audience and a large fanbase that follows them in their social networks and concerts.
In 2020 Agora decided to release their most important album to date, ‘Imperio‘. ‘Imperio‘ is loaded with 11 tracks consisting of new textures, harmonies and instruments such as the eight – and seven – string guitars, fretless basses, drums with varying beats, tunings and frequencies, along with Eduardo Contreras’ voice that acts as a catalyst and the central axis.
All of this converges and results in new, powerful, fresh and innovative themes within the distinctive style that the band has achieved. ‘Imperio‘ includes 2 special tracks in collaboration with the talented, multi award-winning and renowned American keyboard player Derek Sherinian (Sons of Apollo, Black Country Communion, Dream Theatre, Billy Idol and Alice Cooper).
2023 is looking strong for the band as they prepare to release their next album with the support of Crusader Records/Golden Robot Records.