From: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Last Known Status: Active
Latest Triddana News
Below is our complete Triddana news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.
Triddana just issued this update online via Facebook about lineup shuffling resulting in a new front man:
"Dear friends from around the world! A new era is starting for us. After months of hard work and production, we have chosen what we consider is the best way of carrying on, keeping the spirit of our music intact and holding on to our essence in the purest way.
"Juan José Fornes, the band’s guitarist, will from now be the band’s singer as well! Follow the link and listen to this song from our forthcoming album 'The Power & the Will.' Hope you enjoy it! We are thankful to everyone of you for your patience and support! There'll be more news soon!! More...
Argentinian folk/power metal act Triddana, featuring Helker/Electro_nomicon frontman Diego Valdez, released another new demo track "When the Enemy's Close." The song will appear on the upcoming, yet still untitled, sophomore release. The band is currently working on the follow up to the 2012 self-released debut "Ripe for Rebellion."
Check out "When the Enemy's Close" here:
Argentinian folk/power metal act Triddana, which features Helker/Electro_nomicon frontman Diego Valdez and ex-Skiltron bagpiper Pablo Allen, released a demo version of the new track "Death Blow." The song will appear on the upcoming, yet untitled, sophomore release. The band is currently working on the follow up to the 2012 debut "Ripe for Rebellion." Information on the new release is expected soon.
Check out "Death Blow" here:
Argentinian folk metal band Triddana is streaming a second new demo track "Death Blow." The song is part of the writing process for the impending, yet untitled, sophomore LP. Check out "Becoming," which was posted yesterday at this location.
Triddana features Helker/Electronomicon vocalist Diego Valdez and Electronomicon guitarist Juan José Fornés.
Check out "Death Blow" here:
Argentinian folk metal band Triddana, featuring Helker/Electronomicon vocalist Diego Valdez and Electronomicon guitarist Juan José Fornés, is streaming the new demo track "Becoming." The song is part of the writing process for the follow up of the debut LP "Ripe For Rebellion" that was self-released by the band at the tail end of 2012.
Check out "Becoming" here:
Argentina based folk metal outfit Triddana has uploaded the song "Gone with the River" online, which comes off the band's debut album "Ripe for Rebellion." Check out the track below, or listen to the previously posted "Spoke the Firefly" at this location.
Argentinian folk metal band Triddana has checked in with the following brief announcement about recruiting a new drummer:
"The band is complete! Welcome to Ranz, our new drummer! Tomorrow we will announce the first show of Triddana!
"New Website at this location! All songs available for download! Soon we'll be sharing with you our new pics, clothing and lots more!"
For more details on Triddana and to keep up-to-date on the band's latest activity, head over to the official Triddana Facebook profile here.
Argentinian folk metal band Triddana is streaming tracks from the band's demo "The Beginning" on the official Facebook Page. The band was founded in early 2011 by four former members of folk band Skiltron (Diego Valdez (v), Pablo Allen (bagpipes), Fernando Marty (b) and Juan José Fornés (g)). The music is a combination of traditional heavy metal and Celtic music. Vocalist Diego Valdez has a very similar style to the late great Ronnie James Dio.
The band is currently composing new songs for an album to be released soon. For a taste, check out the song "Spoke The Firefly" here: