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Ambros Chapel

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  • Tengo equipo propio
  • Conciertos al año10 a 20
  • Aforo medio70 a 100 personas
  • Edad media del público25 a 35 años
  • Tiempo del repertorio1 hora y media

Spanish band formed in 2006 by Pablo Casero (vocals and guitars), Alfred Sanchís (bass), Oscar Vadillo (lead guitars) and José Rodríguez (drums).

In 2008 "Rome" (Malatesta Records, 2009) was published. It's the work of a novel group but which shows ample references to The Cure, Echo and the Bunnymen, Bauhaus or Joy Division, executed with plenty of elegance in compositions, with their complex structures and arrangements where Pablo Casero´s voice is reminiscent of Robert Smith or Peter Murphy.

In 2011 edited their second reference, "Constants are changing" (7days Music 2011). If "Rome" was a great album that suggested ways, "Constants are changing" is an album of maturity. This album has been praised by the media, placing it as one of the most important releases of the year at the independent level (Mondosonoro placed it on its list of the best of the year).

At the end of 2012 they brought to light "Electric Eye", a piece of luxury for collectors and fans of the band, made on 7” vinyl with a limited edition.The band contributed with “Welcome”, a song in an international tribute album to The Church, “Bajo un Cielo Prehistórico”.

Componentes
  • Pablo Casero Guitarra eléctrica, Voz principal
  • Alfred Sanchís Bajo eléctrico
  • Oscar Vadillo Guitarra eléctrica, Coros
  • José Rodríguez Batería

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Ambros Chapel perform "Beirut" at Convent Carmen, 24/10/2019.
Video by Jose Miguel Martí.



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Ambros Chapel perform "Brazil" at Convent Carmen, 24/10/2019.
Video by Jose Miguel Martí.



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Live session at Novoestudios, Picassent, 20/04/2019.
Ambros Chapel played "Lullaby" from their second album.



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Ambros Chapel perform Lou Reed´s "Perfect Day" at Convent Carmen, 24/10/2019.
Video by Jose Miguel Martí.



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