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Iranian Metal Band Ahoora's Self-Titled Album Gets Worldwide Release

Iranian metal band Ahoora's self-titled debut album is officially available worldwide via Real2Can Records. The British label released the album, two years after the band self-released the album. "Ahoora" was illegally published in February 2006 inside Iran. Due to some copyright issues, the artwork had to be redone for the international release.

"Ahoora" includes 53 minutes of music, divided into six songs:

1. Spiritual Creator
2. Beyond the Reasonable doubt of a Lunatic
3. Flock
4. The Child of Volcano
5. Tale of the Crimson Path
6. Ahoora (instrumental)

"Ahoora" is now available on Amazon and few other online record stores, both as an audio CD and downloadable MP3 album.

You can download an MP3 of the single "Spiritual Creator" here.

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1. queen of antarctica writes:

hey guys i'm female metal head from iran..those who are in iran know for sure how it's hard being metalhead in iran specially when you are a girl...but i'm so proud of you guys you guys rock AHOORA,today when i saw your name on m yfeed in my yahoo 360 page i was like oh my goodness AHOORA...finally iranian metla heads are getting their right place in the world...good luck

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2. Phil writes:

What sort of metal are we talking here?

(I'm at work, hence I can't listen to the sample!)

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