'Invincible' is the newest solo album by Cochè Vil, who continues faithful to progressive rock. This album has the collaborations of the drummer Fernando Jaramillo and the singer Leonel Silva, while Cochè Vil records all the other instrumentation.
You can allow fate to take on you or you can decide for yourself what you want to do.
'I've always searched for a powerful contemporary mix without losing the 70s sound. I have achieved it at last.'
He started as a guitar player, being Biosbardos one of his most remarkable bands in which they mixed folk rock with psychedelia. It was a great experience.
Interested not only in rock but also in other styles, he published together with Maxo Nóvoa the record entitled ‘Interior Sounds’ (ambient electronic) under the name of ‘BIOS’.
“The Dark Journey” appeared as the first track of the cd included in the English magazine ‘Sequences’ and also in the ‘Electronic Spanish Music Vol. 1’ album published by the Lightnet Music label.
Later, he made several original soundtracks for full-length films, documentaries, etc. Maxo Nóvoa and he made the original soundtrack for the video ‘Peregrinos’ for Canal+, as well as the one for the film ‘Nena’ by Xavier Bermúdez. The original soundtracks for ‘León y Olvido’, ‘Rafael’ , ‘Un cuento para Olivia’, etc. were entirely composed by himself.
He was also the bass player in numerous bands such as Lap a Rush or the founding member of Siniestro Total Miguel Costas.
In 2016 he released his first prog rock solo album, entitled ‘ai’dias’.
Currently he’s about to finish the work created together with Sebas Mato (CS Experience) ‘Ondas’ and also fully immersed in a new publication along with the drummer Fernando Jaramillo, whose title will be ‘Invincible’
His main influences could be, among others, Pink Floyd, Camel or King Crimson.