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Workshow is sort of a made-up word – a neologism if you will. However, that doesn’t matter too much. Because such word is the perfect definition for the contents of “Live In Concert – Inside My Drums”, a DVD that’s been just released by Angra’s drummer Aquiles Priester.
The video registers one of the many workshops he did throughout Brazil in 2003. It was recorded in São Paulo on November 29th at EM&T’s Auditório Mix Music Hall. After you watch the two hour long video, it’s easy to understand why the specialized press and heavy metal fans consider Aquiles Priester to be the best drummer of his kind in Brazil these days. After all, one can find here all his abilities put together in front of the cameras, with no disguises or studio tricks.
Angra, Hangar, Deep Purple and Journey
Multi cameras and drum solo
Double bass patterns - a trademark for Aquiles
The drummer skills are also put under heavy proof during “Ask The Lonely”. That’s a hard rock tune and therefore pretty much different – drumwise – from the melodic heavy metal Angra and Hanger are renowned to perform. But Aquiles shows he also domains the “snare-bass drum-cymbal” technique. In the end, he finds an extra dose of feeling and interprets this song in a totally unique way.
By the way, feeling is the word that best resumes Aquiles’ work with the drums. But this is not the only one, as we might add others, such as technique, approach, guts, “heaviness”, etc. Either you’re a drummer or not, “Live In Concert – Inside My Drums” is a mandatory video if you have the slight curiosity to learn how the music you love so much is made. Aquiles explains it all in details throughout this DVD.
Antonio Carlos Monteiro – Rock Brigade Magazine
DVD’s Track List:
1. Acid Rain
Ask the Lonely (Journey)
Extras: Brazilian Workshop Tour backstage scenes, Interview (not in English!), Multi Angle, Bonus Tracks and Photo Gallery.
OBS! Denna DVD är inte textad!