New album - Mutandis by Fura

2017-02-06 03:49:15 UTC

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Fura was founded in late 2008 in Mallorca. On 2010 they release their first EP "Mustela Putorius" focusing sound towards an Ambiental post-rock with shoegazing touches. On 2011 they publish an SP "Iamo" with a video clip which captives the attention of the Majorca musical scene. On 2013 they release their first LP which it is an evolution at a compositive level in comparison of previous works.

Track List


  • Moloch - 06:05 
  • Foc i Fum - 05:48 
  • Vallborg - 05:20 
  • María - 04:23 
  • Mutandis - 06:55 
  • Almallutx - 08:36


Genre : experimental, post-metal, math-rock

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