Rebirth


"Rebirth" is a song by the Brazilian power metal band, Angra. It was originally recorded in the key of B minor and released as the title track of their sixth studio album in 2001. The song was written by Rafael Bittencourt and Ricardo Confessori, two founding members of Angra. "Rebirth" holds a special place in the band's discography as it marked the return of their former lead vocalist, Edu Falaschi, after a brief hiatus. The track showcases a perfect blend of heavy guitar riffs, soaring vocals, and intricate symphonic elements, embodying the signature sound of Angra. Notable trivia includes the fact that "Rebirth" was nominated for the Latin Grammy Award for Best Brazilian Rock Album in 2002. The melody of the song is characterized by its dynamic shifts between fast-paced verses and bombastic choruses, creating a powerful and uplifting musical experience.