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Ankla Announce New Vocalist

ANKLA, the Los Angeles-based band led by former PUYA guitarist Ramón Ortíz, has issued the following update:

"2008 has brought ANKLA an exciting new world of limitless possibilities. The writing and pre-production of the new album is taking place as we speak. This record will be a monster! The culmination of a lifelong musical quest!"

"This year has also brought some lineup changes which were destined to fullfill the universal plan for ANKLA. The first one we are ready to announce is our new singer Eddie Macias."

"Eddie is a former musical partner of Ramón; he was the original vocalist in an embryonic form of PUYA that played in Puerto Rico in the early Nineties and also bands like ONGO, SITH, and SONS OF YOU."

"The musical chemistry between Eddie and Ramon is undeniable as the upcoming album will prove."

"We'll keep you all posted as events keep unfolding."

Source: Blabbermouth

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1. LST77 writes:

I wonder how they will sound now........my first thought is this sucks!!!!!!!!

I really liked Ankla, guess I'll have to wait and see if I still will or not.

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2. metalhead777 writes:

it will never be the same without Ikaro! that dude is awesome!

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3. Txmetalhead writes:

Are you kidding? Macias is bada$$. Puya was an awesome band.

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