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It couldn't have been more of a surprise when Avale, an alternative rock band from New York learned that they were molding a new sound out of the old overstated rock.
The band originally consisted of Imran Khalique as a solo brainchild which could not be contained so it finally burst at its seams. With the addition of Jeff Karakatsanis as the rhythm guitarist, Avale resurrected the personal studio to a new atmosphere where high- energy punk gladly shook hands with the dark progressive overtones. "The two of us have very different musical backgrounds but somehow things just started to work!" explains Imran.
While currently working on their second EP, Avale reports to be having an overflow of creativity. "We have enough material for more than 2 full length albums and then some" says Imran who is sometimes known to lock himself in his room recording. Even so, an artist’s work is never complete.
"At the end of the day, creating a catchy hook brings me back to life" remarks Imran after a day at the studio. "So many people are feeling our vibes" says Jeff "we just can't stop just yet".