Review: Dispersi – Tra Le Nostre Macerie

Review: Dispersi – Tra Le Nostre Macerie

The debut album for the Italian band Dispersi. The first album from Dispersi, titled “Tra Le Nostre Macerie“. Antonio, Daniele and Giovanni are an emo trio from Naples that, for being newbies, are doing incredibly fine. Out since the 25ft of October, a slow and Midwest sounding emo style also effected by some math and post rock influences in their riffs and melodies. It’s a very well balanced record that switches between strong and fast…

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Review: Charlie Sotto Vento – Disperato Erotico Punk SPECIAL EDITION

Review: Charlie Sotto Vento – Disperato Erotico Punk SPECIAL EDITION

The guys are back in town The punk rock band from Forlì is back on track after 6 years of silence, with a special edition of their first and only album- named after the band- released in 2012, inside with 3 new cover tracks recorded during the past year and a brand new cover just for the occasion. On the 5th of October “Disperato Erotico Punk – SPECIAL EDITION” was released by Lostdog Records, an…

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Review: WaterTower – WaterTower

Review: WaterTower – WaterTower

WaterTower: 30 years of punk To seal their 30 years in the biz, WaterTower is back in the spotlight with a self-titled album, rich in sonority that sweeps through different musical styles. Published by Rocketman Records, this record represents the peak of a growing path which leads the band across punk, ska and hardcore, grabbing onto Motorhead, Doors, Elvis Presley and Johnny Cash influences. The band, founded back in 1989, is dropping today their last…

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