Abraskadabra - Heavy Hitters
Arising in mid-2003, Abraskadabra is a seven-piece band from Curitiba/Brazil. The influences are diverse, intercalating mainly melodic hardcore and third wave ska, they make it clear from the first moment their tastes for melodies: evident in their vocal trios and horn section.
Abraskadabra has created a solid fan base and have played all around Brazil. In the US, their first tour happened recently. This tour stretched from coast to coast, passing through 13 states and 21 cities shortly after releasing a version of “Not Your Savior” (No Use For a Name’s song), which ended up in a documentary about the legendary American label, Fat Wreck Chords.
During these years, Abraskadabra have been always standing ground into relevant concerts, sharing the stage with all these great bands: Bad Religion, Rise Against, Flogging Molly, Fishbone, Streetlight Manifesto, Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, Pauline Black (The Selecters), Goldfinger, The Toasters, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Satanic Surfers, are some to name.
It isn’t just the 15-years on the road that settle the power and unity of Abraskadabra, but also the energy and passion they put into the music they create, being friends first and putting together one of the most solid and interesting Brazilian band nowadays.
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