TRALLERY started back in 2009 when Sebas joins the Metallica tribute band called White Shadow where Biel & Humberto were playing already. In early 2010 the band played their first show with the three current members and last one for White Shadow. Some months later they changed their name into TRALLERY and started to write their own songs. During 2010 the band played some shows where they mainly played covers of Thrash Metal classics such as Sepultura, Pantera, Slayer, Kreator and the likes and at the same introduced some of their own songs.
During all 2011 and early 2012 the band, already with more clear ideas and with the aim of recording their debut album, decided to play basically only Metallica tribute shows to get some money to finance the recording of their album; at the same time, their own songs were being developed on rehearsals. During summer 2012, from July to August, the band practices almost daily finishing all songs that would finally be recorded in studio during September.
So during September and October, the band recorded their first album “Catalepsy” at Psychosomatic Recording Studio with producer Miquel Angel Riutort (Mega) and once finished, the band got in touch with Xtreem Music that immediately got interested in handling the distribution and promotion of this album.
In January 2013, the band was chosen to participate on the spanish WOA Metal Battle semifinals that would take place in Barcelona in February. In the meantime, Andrei Bouzikov was chosen to create the cover artwork for “Catalepsy”. In April, the band, which was already classified for the WOA finals, were the winners, getting as prize, the possibility of representing Spain at the WOA Metal Battle that will take place in Germany in Aigist 2013.
In June 2013, “Catalepsy” saw the light, being the real starting point for the band that will play as many shows as possible all over the Spanish territory to present this work.
XM 127 CD
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