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Of all the albums released by Eldorado, Babylonia Haze (English) / Karma Generator (Spanish) is probably the most influenced by the months on the road. The live evolution of the band has been the germ of the ten songs that constitute the album, arisen from improvisations and developments with psychedelic vocation, vague ideas that end up being rotund and the unconscious quest of new landscapes. All of it with the stage as a permanent witness.
It is also an album of a darker tendency, introspective and unsympathetic, both with oneself and with the others, it deals with our own capacity to destroy and rebuild in a modern Babylon dominated by lower instincts, of the responsibility for our own destiny through our actions, all closely linked to the oriental belief of Karma. Action-Reaction.

Recorded in Madrid Musigrama Studios under the guidance of Richard Chycki between August and September 2014, mixed and mastered in the Canadian Street of Dreams studios of Richard Chycki, Eldorado introduces their new album. Ten sharp and haunting songs that represent a step forward from what has been offered so far, new sounds for a character in constant transformation. The Karma Generator sounds loud, through the haze of Babylonia.
Eldorado launched in June 2014 a crowdfunding campaign with the objective of recording a new album. 290 fans from 10 countries contributed with 13.500€.

The new album, edited in two versions, the Spanish one "Karma Generator" and the English one "Babylonia Haze" has been launched in February, the 20th of 2015.

Eldorado's Antigravity Sound Machine previous album, released on November 5th, 2012, was recorded at DNA studios in Toronto with producer Richard Chycki (Aerosmith, Dream Theater, Gotthard, Rush). Antigravity Sound Machine won the Best Hard Rock / Metal Album 2012 award in the Spanish Independent Music Awards, the most acclaimed independent music awards in Spain. With "Paranormal Tour", "Recommended Tour" by Radio3, the National Public Radio in Spain. Eldorado did 116 concerts, 53 in Spain, 14 in the Uk, 10 in Germany, 12 in France, Switzerland, Belgium and The Netherlands, 13 in the USA and 2 in Canada in the CMW.

‘Golden’ made big waves on the hard rock scene in Spain and set off major ripples in Australia, Canada and the USA, where ‘Golden’ was voted Best Hard Rock / Metal Album Of 2010 (by the public) at the USA Independent Music Awards. Witness to Eldorado’s burgeoning profile and fan base in America is their completed 14 date (including 2 festivals) 2012 US summer tour.
Eldorado’s 2010 single, ‘The House Of The 7 Smokestacks’, was a finalist in the Australian MusicOz Awards, while another song, ‘Atlantico’ was a finalist in the International Songwriting Composition (ISC) Rock Composition category. Eldorado were also invited to play at the Canadian Music Week Festival, where they went down a veritable storm.

Eldorado debut album, (Spanish language only) album, 'En Busca De Eldorado', was released in May 2008.


Melodic 4.75/5 - Jörgen Andersen: "When I started to listen to this album I must admit that I was totally blown away... I think that Eldorado are one of the best new modern hard rock bands out there today and this is, in my opinion, a really awesome album ! This is a really magnificent album, this is excellent classic Rock with one foot in the future ! I`m impressed !"

Reviewed Online 5/5 - P W Robertson: " The 12-track album is packed with effervescent guitar work and dynamic drumming that accommodate but never overwhelm Trujillo's perfect, warbling vocals. This is a guy who can scream with the best of them, yet he possesses a range, from gravely-bass to high-pitched tenor, that is quite exceptional and very potent....Antigravity Sound Machine is a brilliant new album of original, yet traditional bluesy sounds."

Reviewed Online 5/5 - P W Robertson: " The 12-track album is packed with effervescent guitar work and dynamic drumming that accommodate but never overwhelm Trujillo's perfect, warbling vocals. This is a guy who can scream with the best of them, yet he possesses a range, from gravely-bass to high-pitched tenor, that is quite exceptional and very potent....Antigravity Sound Machine is a brilliant new album of original, yet traditional bluesy sounds."

Planet Mosh 10/10 -Mark Ashby: " ... the third album from this Madrid-based combo, is, quite honestly, a hidden gold mine… There's a huge Zeppelin-meets-Stones vintage vibe right through the 12 tracks, from Jesús Trujillo's stunning vocals through Andrés Duende's dirty guitar riffs through to drum work from Javi Planelles that is so reminiscent of John Bonham that it is fucking scary… There's not a weak element to this excellent album: both the performances and the songs are soulful yet energetic, and 'Antigravity Sound Machine' should be an essential addition to any self-respecting rock fan's library. "

Pavillon666 9,5/10 - g-rom: "Antigravity sound machine" qui est absolument épatant, alliant dynamisme et puissance, feeling 70's et mélodies doucerettes. La production est en béton armé, les musiciens sont tous au taquet et l'intelligence d'écriture, bien réelle. ELDORADO risque bien de se hisser sur le toit du monde musical "

Wildy's Word: " ...This is a band ready to break and break big; all it takes is the right marriage of opportunity and luck. Everything else is in place here. Vocalist Jesus Trujillo is an ideal front man, and Eldorado is as tight as a band can be. "

D-Day's Revenge: " ...I was impressed upon my first listen and have been playing it each week on my radio show at Wicked Spins Radio... In a nutshell... Eldorado should be rich and winning grammies... but they are indeed talented as Hell. "

HardRock Haven - Joe Mis: " The four members of Eldorado are fine musicians and play well together. Jesus Trujillo (vocals) has an ideal voice for the classic rock style of music – a bit growly and grindy but always clear and precise. He sings with gusto and energy... As a whole, the band is very good at setting and following a mood, and they work as a team through all of the tracks... Any fan of classic or blues rock will enjoy this one. "

Muzikreviews - Kevin Kozel: " ...Eldorado rocks in a 70's/80's way. Most of the comparisons are to bands like Deep Purple, Whitesnake, and the more current Wolfmother.... plenty of grand guitar solos and heavy head banging rhythms. Of course you get your "monster ballad" here and there and some more mellow rockers just to mix things up, but Golden rocks from the press of play starting with "The House of the 7 Smokestacks" "
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