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Cerebal Palsy Suffering Metal Fan Has Dream Come True

TypicallySpanish.com reports: A devoted heavy metal fan from Granada province has realised his dream and has recorded his first record with CARROMATO, a group he formed some years ago, and which takes the name by which José Ibáñez is known to his friends and fans. CARROMATO had their debut in the Festival del Zaidín in 2005 and present their first record in the Sala El Tren in Granada on November 23.

Carromato the man is a well-known figure on the heavy metal scene in Granada, and first reached fame when he worked as a presenter for live concerts. He was also the man behind some of the most well-known heavy metal bars in the city.

He also suffers cerebral palsy.

Source: Blabbermouth

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