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Agua de Tlaloc was created by Angel Segovia, he learnt to play guitar at the age of 18 years, making some live performances in his hometown. Then moved to Mexico City in 2007, where he formed part of many cover bands and some metal bands, playing guitar, bass or keyboards. In 2009 he decided to make a solo project named "La Cabra", and recorded a demo (it's still in youtube). Then he decided to form a new band in 2010, called "The Gore Orchestra" but when was never clear agreements with members, he decided to continue again as a solo project. The Gore Orchestra released 4 independent albums from 2011 to 2013 all of them are available at reverbnation, and the first one is available at iTunes, Amazon, etc.
In the year 2013 Angel Segovia created the project "Agua de Tlaloc" in honor of prehispanic roots and nature. The demo "the power of rain" was released in October.