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The biggest surprise in 2010 in symphonic rock came from Cuba. Their album “The Way” could be found on the top in many progressive charts all over Europe for some time. In 2011 the band got the first opportunity to perform in Europe. The Cuban symphonic prog rock band Anima Mundi recorded several albums; they quickly became an essential name among the Cuban scene. ‘Jagannath Orbit’ marked a favourable turn for the band because of the initial sound. Musicstreet Journal wrote about the album ‘The Way’: "I implore you to buy this if you are looking for a return to the professionalism which was once commonplace". Anima Mundi is lyrical, solemn and dramatic, dressed of plentiful and constant melodies but also with slow changes of breathing and unexpected soundscapes. It’s not a secret that the enthusiastic band has walked step by step the way to successfully introducing itself among the varied and abundant present day progressive rock scene worldwide. In 2011 and 2012 the band has been in Europe with shows in France, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and Italy. Their live performance in 2012 in De Boerderij - Zoetermeer (NL) was marked as one of the best live performances in the year 2012. In 2013 Anima Mundi came for the third time to Europe to introduce their 4th studio album “The Lamplighter”. The highlight of this tour was the concert at the Night of the Prog festival in Loreley (D). The concert was rated as “the revelation of the festival” and included an invitation for the special 10th jubilee version “The best of Night of the Prog” in 2015.