ONZA Zona crepuscular

by Mellow Records MMP437

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about

Three young musicians from Jerez de la Frontera in
Andalusia/Spain started in 1989 to play progressive
rock music.
Within the first year they became one of the most respected
bands in the region, played a lot of concerts and festivals
and supported PENDRAGON on their first Spain tour ever.

ONZA got its own style created by mixing the ideas of each
member, bringing together classical and contemporary
concepts and of course also being influenced by great
bands of the progressive rock genre.

In summer 1990 the band recorded the first album 'Reino Rocoso' .
Between 1994 and 1998 the group was inactive but then
Jaime Padilla (guitar, lead vocals), who is the only constant
of ONZA since the beginning, decided to reanimate the project.
He gathered some young musicians and composed new
themes with the three song demo EP 'Onza 2000' as the first result. In 2003 the next full album 'Zona Crepuscular' followed which
was released by the italian Mellow Records label.
The album was presented at the Minnuendo Festival 2004 where they played together with RPWL and MOSTLY AUTUMN. Musically with less fusion and closer to other styles the band received good critics once more for its effort.
In 2007 ONZA published a new album named 'Paradigma'.

credits

released September 27, 2003

Line-up:

- D. Navarro: drums
- Jaime Padilla: guitar, lead vocals
- Alejandro Pérez: keyboards
- A. Romero: bass

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