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Aghora is a ProgressiveMetal band from Miami, Florida, formed in 1995 by guitarist Santiago Dobles. The vocals on their two albums are provided by two different women with clean singing styles - Danishta Rivero on their SelfTitledAlbum debut (2000) and Diana Serra on their 2006 follow-up, ''Formless''. Their first album also featured Music/{{Cynic}} band members Sean Malone and Sean Reinert. A hiatus and lineup shift brought Music/KingDiamond drummer Matt Thompson into the band. Metalheads were divided over the band's use of clean vocals and softer musical elements, including influences from {{Jazz}} and the music of India, but their highly technical and complex musical stylings won the band much acclaim.

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Aghora is a ProgressiveMetal band from Miami, Florida, formed in 1995 by guitarist Santiago Dobles. The vocals on their two albums are provided by two different women with clean singing styles - Danishta Rivero on their SelfTitledAlbum debut (2000) and Diana Serra on their 2006 follow-up, ''Formless''. Their first album also featured Music/{{Cynic}} band members Sean Malone and Sean Reinert. A hiatus and lineup shift brought Music/KingDiamond drummer Matt Thompson into the band. Metalheads were divided over the band's use of clean vocals and softer The band used several "softer" musical elements, including influences from {{Jazz}} and the music of India, but their highly technical and complex musical stylings won the band much acclaim.
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** Their second album is generally slightly heavier, having become significantly thrashier

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* NeoclassicalPunkZydecoRockabilly: {{Jazz}} meets Indian world music meets ProgressiveMetal.


Aghora is a ProgressiveMetal band from Miami, Florida, formed in 1995 by guitarist Santiago Dobles. The vocals on their two albums are provided by two different women with clean singing styles - Danishta Rivero on their SelfTitledAlbum debut (2000) and Diana Serra on their 2006 follow-up, ''Formless''. Their first album also featured Music/{{Cynic}} band members Sean Malone and Sean Reinert. A hiatus and lineup shift brought Music/KingDiamond drummer Matt Thompson into the band. Metalheads were divided over the band's use of clean vocals and softer musical elements, including influences from the music of India, but their highly technical and complex musical stylings won the band much acclaim.

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Aghora is a ProgressiveMetal band from Miami, Florida, formed in 1995 by guitarist Santiago Dobles. The vocals on their two albums are provided by two different women with clean singing styles - Danishta Rivero on their SelfTitledAlbum debut (2000) and Diana Serra on their 2006 follow-up, ''Formless''. Their first album also featured Music/{{Cynic}} band members Sean Malone and Sean Reinert. A hiatus and lineup shift brought Music/KingDiamond drummer Matt Thompson into the band. Metalheads were divided over the band's use of clean vocals and softer musical elements, including influences from {{Jazz}} and the music of India, but their highly technical and complex musical stylings won the band much acclaim.acclaim.

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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Alternates between 3 (their more jazz-oriented music) and 8.
* SubduedSection: The band's mix of Jazz, Indian music and metal.
* SurprisinglyGentleSong: Aghora has both Jazz and metal-based songs.

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Aghora is a ProgressiveMetal band from Miami, Florida, formed in 1995 by guitarist Santiago Dobles. The vocals on their two albums are provided by two different women with clean singing styles - Danishta Rivero on their SelfTitledAlbum debut (2000) and Diana Serra on their 2006 follow-up, ''Formless''. Their first album also featured Music/{{Cynic}} band members Sean Malone and Sean Reinert. A hiatus and lineup shift brought Music/KingDiamond drummer Matt Thompson into the band. Metalheads were divided over the band's use of clean vocals and softer musical elements, including influences from the music of India, but their highly technical and complex musical stylings won the band much acclaim.

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