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The Progspace Awards 2020

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This week on the Progtalks I have with me guitarist Benjamin Lechuga from Chilean progressive metal band Delta, who just released their new album “Fears”. We also talk about Benjamins’ own project Lechuga, and his recent release “It’s Not What It Seems”.

Join us to hear about the long history of Delta, their search for the perfect vocalist before finally finding the fantastic voice of Paula Loza, and how Benjamin started playing in the band when he was only 15 years old. We also explore his love of cinematic elements in music, the philosophy behind some of the lyrics he’s worked on for “Fears”,  dealing with some of the darker issues most of us face at some points in our lives. Finally, he gives us an insight into the plans for Delta and Lechuga going forward now that life is slowly returning to some form of normalcy.

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  • Host: Rune Belsvik Reinås
  • Produced by Rune Belsvik Reinås, Vanessa and Matthias Kirsch
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  • Outro theme by Zach Munowitz

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