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Ch'aska

Country of origin:
Peru
Location:
Arequipa
Status:
Active
Formed in:
2002
Genre:
Folk Metal
Lyrical themes:
South American native tribes, Ancient gods
Current label:
Mythic Metal Productions
Years active:
2002-present
Ch'aska is a Quechua word that was used by the Incas to mention the most shining star in the skies. This word is especially associated with the planet Venus.

Quechua is the ancestral language of the Incas still spoken in the Andean regions of Peru and other countries of South America.

Charango, Quena and ZampoƱa are traditional Peruvian folk instruments.

The first live performance was on ...
Current
Carlo Alonso "Hueso" Raffo Vocals, Guitars (rhythm) (2002-present)
Marcelo Huacpe Native instruments (2006-present)
Carlos Llosa Bass (2009-present)
Fabián Flores Castro Drums (2011-present)
See also: Trepanador
Christian Aguirre Guitars (lead) (2012-present)
See also: Trepanador, Thaek
Past
Álvaro Valencia Bass (2002-2006)
See also: Crimson Death, Trepanador
Christyan Aller Charango, Quena, Zampona (2002-2006)
Juan Carlos Campos Drums (2002)
Fernando Gonzáles Drums (2002-2003)
See also: Grinder
César Molleapasa Guitars (2002-2003)
Randall Nina Drums (2003-2006)
César Atahualpa Guitars (lead) (2003-2006, 2010-2012)
Hugo Spina Bass (2006-2009)
Paul Pinto Drums (2006-2009)
See also: Estigma, Necropsya, ex-Arsenal
Rafael Enrique Astete Guitars (lead) (2006)
Alan Rubina Guitars (lead) (2006-2010)
Tito Málaga Drums (2009-2011)
See also: Orgus
Carlo Alonso "Hueso" Raffo Vocals, Guitars (rhythm) (2002-present)
Marcelo Huacpe Native instruments (2006-present)
Carlos Llosa Bass (2009-present)
Fabián Flores Castro Drums (2011-present)
See also: Trepanador
Christian Aguirre Guitars (lead) (2012-present)
See also: Trepanador, Thaek
Álvaro Valencia Bass (2002-2006)
See also: Crimson Death, Trepanador
Christyan Aller Charango, Quena, Zampona (2002-2006)
Juan Carlos Campos Drums (2002)
Fernando Gonzáles Drums (2002-2003)
See also: Grinder
César Molleapasa Guitars (2002-2003)
Randall Nina Drums (2003-2006)
César Atahualpa Guitars (lead) (2003-2006, 2010-2012)
Hugo Spina Bass (2006-2009)
Paul Pinto Drums (2006-2009)
See also: Estigma, Necropsya, ex-Arsenal
Rafael Enrique Astete Guitars (lead) (2006)
Alan Rubina Guitars (lead) (2006-2010)
Tito Málaga Drums (2009-2011)
See also: Orgus
Added by: jcinhuman Modified by: warrkultt
Added on: 2004-05-02 09:06:15 Last modified on: 2014-07-20 11:25:40
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