Top 10 Angolan Metal jams Monday Playlist


Hello metal brothers and steel sisters so this week, Audioinferno would be taking you to Angola. After over 40 years of almost continuous war, Angola lay in ruins. The brutal civil war, which followed the war of independence, ended in 2002. Angola hardly seemed like a fertile area to birth a rock/metal scene. However, against all odds, Angola has a strong rock and metal scene nowadays, with some bands even taking the war experience as inspiration. And it is only continuing to evolve and expand, as new bands with a diverse range of sounds emerge regularly. Sit tight and enjoy some Angolan metal \mm/.

Maos ao Ar by M’uvla

System by Dor Fantasma

A Grande Conquista by Before Crush

Kilapanga do orfao by Cafe Negro

 Breaking my Way by Nothing to lose

Carnivorous Wound by Horde of Silence

Of Life Love, Hate and Death by Eternal Run

Filho Prodigo by Ultima Ceia

Broken Life by Redlink

You are Liar by Black Soul

Hope you enjoyed some good Angolan metal, stay tuned to Audioinferno as we will be delving deep into rock from African countries. As always, we urge you guy to feed us on the bands you know from around Africa. We don’t know em all so we ask the readers to share bands with us. Support your local bands\m/




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