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Worstenemy to enter the studio and re-signed with WormHoleDeath records

The Italians from Worstenemy will enter in the studio to record the new album at MathLab studios in Italy with the producer Jonny Mazzeo. By this, they also re-signed with WormHoleDeath records.



Interview: Forged In Blood

Interview with Cristian, guitar player of Italian metal band Forged In Blood.

Hi Christian. As readers to know, introduce Forged In Blood.
F.I.B. are a classic metal band from Milan, Italy. They are Rob (vocals), Toni & Christian (Guitars), Max (bass) and Hicham (drums). Any of the members has a longtime experience, Chris and Max played in Toxic Youth, a well known hardcore band in Milan in the early 90’s.

You guys debuted in 2014 with ”Demon”, the only release until now, what can you tell me about it?
“Demo(N)14” is a 4-tracks EP, an introduction to promoters, fanzines and guys who’ve seen us live. It shows much of what we try to make our style: rhythm, pathos, anthems and melodies.

What are the lyrics about?
Lyrics are about our daily lives, and all the things we see around us. In the EP you have sentimental relationship (‘Forever’), personal battles (‘Stumble on my pride’), ecological matters (‘Green’) and politics (‘Look @ the bottom’). Then you’ll hear about fantasy, war in middle-east, personal struggle, modern novels, philosophy…


Will you release a new album soon?
We’re setting plans to record a whole new album next spring. We’re talking with sound engineers and producers, and we’re looking for the best way to distribute the new stuff.

When it comes about influences, on what are you focusing most?
The first thing is always the solid riff, in the best tradition of American power and thrash metal. The we let things come naturally.

Where people can see you live soon?
We’re playing some gigs near Milan, in November and December, see our social networks for this https://www.reverbnation.com/forgedinbloodmi.

Can you name a few favorite metal bands?

Favorite metal bands? In the blink of an eye… Savatage, Testament, Anthrax, Suicidal Tendencies. If we think about it for more than two seconds, the list will get very long…

What other plans do you guys have?
Plans? Besides the new album, we want to play live on the best stages ‘round here, and promote our music at our best. Then we’ll see…

A message to end the interview? Thank you for your time, cheers!
Support indipendent music! Thanks to you, have a great time!


Order the new album of NoN- ”Sancta Sanctorum”

Here are the links where you can orger the new album of the Italian Dark Wave rock band, NoN- ”Sancta Sanctorum”:

Garage Records: http://www.garagerecords.it/artisti/non/

Stotify: https://play.spotify.com/album/79kPLFtT3UDCQr3jT9Nh73

iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/it/album/sancta-sanctorum/id1125341798

Amazon: https://www.amazon.it/Sancta-Sanctorum-Non/dp/B01H772SH6/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1468573533&sr=8-3&keywords=non+sancta+sanctorum


For more infos: https://www.facebook.com/bandNoN/



NoN- ”Sancta Sanctorum” album review

I was waiting to listen this album so much and all I can say is that I am very impressed by this amazing work! Comparing with the previous release, Sacra Massa, Sacnta Sanctorum is a full-length, containing 10 amazing tracks.

The album is more dark, including little ambient elements which makes the songs to sound more interesting, aswell the album is heavier, to point exactly the song ‘’Ancora Resto’’ is like this.

‘’Come L’ombra’’ and ‘’Reti E Pareti’’ are my favorite songs from this release. First, ‘’Come L’ombra’’ has exactly all the dark and ambient elements and the video is also interesting, having an interesting story behind. This song is not NoN’s song, the original is by Trio Lescano, written around 1940’s. Second, ‘’Reti E Pareti’’ is the only ‘’soft’’, relaxing and beautiful song of the album, sending lots of emotions.

Doesn’t matter in what language the songs are, for me the most important thing as an album to be great is the sound of it and then, Sancta Sanctorum has a perfect sound, all the instruments can be heard and as mentioned earlier, I like it more because it has ambient elements too.

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