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thegravestone / Bio

The Gravestone formed in October 1992, with the formation Marco Borrani, lead and rhythm gitar, Marco Mangone rhytm and lead guitar, rhythm guitar and lead Andrea Cipolla, bass Andrea Esposito, Massimiliano Buffolino keyboards, drums and vocalist Fabio Mociatti. Dedicate themselves to death sounds but with funky influences, progressive and melodic metal. In fact, the band members come from
different experiences and genres that bring in their songs. Are refined with various gigs honing their skills and writing new songs. They play it at Emergenza Rock February 15, 1993 at the Castle in Rome, playing with the French group Shud in Florence and Bergamo, played in Rome at the Castle with the Broken Glazz, and then later with Sadist, where intervenes Magic TV tha interviewed the group and takes and transmits part of the concert.
They play at the Metropolis, and still with the Roman Desecration make a couple of gigs, one at Woodstock in Brescia, where they fill the room, and the other in Bergamo. Sign a contract with the Audiostar Production of Salerno for a compilation to be published in audiocassette in January 1994, where the song will be included Corpse Embodiment. Sign a contract with the drachma Records in Turin for a compilation with the song Imperfect Comprehension, which will be released on CD in January 1994. In 1993 signed a contract with the Audiostar Production for a CD that will be released in June 1994. Still play in various locations, including in Rome at the Artists' Club, which will be the last concert before the split up. And before the reunion that on the initiative of Massimiliano Buffolino keyboardist and guitarist Marco Borrani have reconstituted the group with new elements, to resume where they had left.

General Info

Band Members
Marco - Electric Guitar
Artist Name
thegravestone
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/thegravestone
Genres
Metal

Contact Info

Location
Rome, IT
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