The new single ‘Why Should I Know?’ from ‘Kryour’ with its grandiose production and exceptional guitar playing is on the playlist now.

The head of music for said that he loved the new single ‘Why Should I Know?‘ from ‘Kryour’ with grandiose production, exceptional guitar playing, strong vocals and pure metal power, mixed with a more sensitive and dreamier almost prog rock sound. A great fusion of metal and other genres, that touches you and blasts you at the same time, brilliant. This awesome new single is now on the playlist and will be played all day and night on the daily playlist + as a special METAL POWERPLAY at approx 11 AM Pacific USA time for a month or more.

Song is the first preview of an upcoming EP that the band is preparing.

The band Kryour, which has established itself as one of the prominent names in metal in Brazil, released on March 3rd, on all digital platforms, the unprecedented single “Why Should I Know?”. In addition to streaming, the composition received a remarkable music video, available on the group’s official YouTube channel.

With a heavy and melodic sound, Kryour presents fans with a sound rich in influences, which looks to the future, with a focus on working with more modern sounds. The band uses electronic elements and more accessible melodies in the instrumental and vocal lines, however, without leaving aside the heavy sound that marked their trajectory until then.

The single “Why Should I Know?” is a release by Outono Music, a label specialized in rock and metal, distributed by the major Universal Music, the world leader in the music segment.

Listen to the single “Why Should I Know?”:

The band, which is based on melodic death metal and metalcore, plans to release an EP in the near future, in which it explores musical references and styles, arrangements and effects in more depth, resulting in more memorable songs.

Formed in 2014, Kryour released their debut album, Where Treasures Are Nothing, in 2019, a conceptual work that revolves around the facts from birth to death and addresses human values and resilience. The work, composed of eleven original tracks, was produced by Diego Castro, and the cover was in charge of Carlos Fides (Evergrey, Narnia, Semblant, Shaman).

With the great repercussion between the audience and the specialized media, Kryour got the opportunity to open the concert of the consecrated legend of prog metal, Symphony X, in Limeira, in the interior of São Paulo. In 2020, they were one of the winning bands of the New Rock Bands cultural contest, which had more than 700 entries. The current formation of Kryour has Gustavo Iandoli (vocals and guitar), Guba Oliveira (guitar), Gustavo Muniz (bass) and Matt Carrilho (drums).

The single “Why Should I Know?” is the first step in this new stage of Kryour’s career. The band continues to work on new compositions and plans to return to the stage, after a period of hiatus due to the pandemic, to promote their new releases.


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After taking Brazil by storm the extraordinary, sexy and sensational ‘Angel B’ a.k.a ‘Amanda Oliveira’ drops the seductive and hot "Our Last" (feat. October London)

Art is that thriving sentimental entity that doesn’t has boundaries and limitations as everyone can push the limit of competence to the verge and when there is a human that is composed of being the said art, nature bestows him with all the capabilities of the world.

Art is the artist we will be illuminating today none other than the Brazilian born multi-talented pop star Amanda Oliveira professionally known as “Angel B” whose credibility and enthusiasm is about to exhibit the world what diva literally means by showcasing her potential in music and choreographing the rhythmic commencement of symphonies through body lines.
It’s said that people with greatest passion can make the impossible possible.

Angel B is the person who is the precise manifestation of passion who made new innovations in the music industry by being a singer, song writer and a choreographer who debuted only to pursue that dream of hers making music her internal and external fraternity. Angel B is the only artist who is skilled enough to complete that playlist of yours with such songs that will be soothing to heed, alluring to remember and astounding to recognize.

Now that’s what we call a capable artist in literary terms. Remarkable.
The originality that you bring out to the world represents your taste and essence in life.

Angel B is a great admirer of the concept and never fails to amaze the audience by putting the best of her work the best instance of which is her lit collaborations songs with artists like Lorena Simpson “Don’t Touch It”, Marley Waters who was one of Platinum selling recording artist Tinashe’s producers for her breakout single “2on”, Taylor Hill “Work”, Corey Mykell “Like A Boss”, Lex Lu, Darrio “Like That”.

All of these compatible songs are the representation of Angel B as an artist and the real proof that biasing this treasure will mean fun, entertaining and energizing songs with lit choreography all for you guys to relish.
Nature is the best planner in life that blesses people with talents as the gift for life, considering the fact that only those peril who have polished and nurtured the raw ability they have.

Similar is the case for Angel B who found the blessing of universe and watered the plant into a beautiful fruitful tree which can all be proven by the instance that her work has been shown on some major trending shows like “Multi-show, the Biggest Music Network in Brazil, Play Tv, BIS Channel” while also choreographing for artists like “Wanessa Camargo, Negra Li, Rodriguinho, Ivete Sangalo, Quelynah” unleashing the true artistic serenity indebted in her personality.

With pursuing personality, hardcore artistic serenity and passionate musical abilities, Angel B invites all you fellas to come to join her on a voyage to the musical universe starting from now by supporting her latest music video to her stunning single ‘Our Last’ along with October London that will startle your mind while leaving you as bias wrecked.



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