The American band Solace Of Requiem aren’t a traditional band, nor easily comparable to one or another sub-genre whatsoever. In 2004 they released their self-called debut album, which brought very dense and old schooled Doom-Death Metal. The second one, Utopia Reborn (2006), was quite different, for adding somewhat classic Death Metal with lots of progressive elements. Then the band underwent some internal struggles, so it took quite some time before they were able to return with another album.
So we have an instrumental rock band here witch consists of Giacomo Castellano, Gianni Rojatti, Erik Tulissio and Dado Neri. So I reckon this is probably an Italian project… I say reckon because once again we are dealing with a band that wants to remain of the internet as much as it can. Only a very limited facebook page and a website my mom could have made… Underground or not, I love it. The only thing i hate about it is that it’s to short. Its melodic, groovy and has a nice rock vibe going.
The story of this band started in 1988 by an idea of 3 friends (Giacomo - voice, Elvio - Guitars, Fabio - drums) and their love for Rock. After the natural process “garage – live shows”, they record they first demo-tape entitled "cowboy". In their first years they had the chance to improve their live experience and participating in many local contests
Hum...I was almost certain havin' come across this Milano based Italian Gothic metal act before, but it turns out I was mistaken about that idea. You know, it could've been any of 7 other bands by that name (and from quite different sub-genres) that I came across.
Rage Of South is a Sicilian thrash/crossover/Nu/metal band witch saw light at the beginning of 2006. The band was formed by: Tano (vox/ guitar), Leo (guitar/chorus), Salas (drum), Smoke (bass/ chorus).
Nadir Promotion and Buil2Kill Records released a couple of new albums in 2012, which have been send to our headquarters recently through the promotional staff behind the label. Some of them were transported into my hemisphere, so (in a couple of cases) I will be glad to …
Veritas Odium Parit by Russian trio (originally a one-man project) Arcanum Sanctum lasts for half an hour and just like the 2010-debut Fidus Achates, the stuff was mixed and mastered at the NavahoHut in Moscow.