Rublood have risen from the ashes of the band Dark Star, dedicated to gothic metal. The disbandment leads the singer Ruben Roll to find new musicians with whom he can create a style aimed towards contemporary and innovative sounds, thanks to electronic instrumentation. The band managed to perform at the Colonia Sonora Festival in Collegno (Torino) on the 28th June 2009, alongside national and international acts. In 2011 they recorded their fist demo “Generation Rublood”. Inspired by the atmospheric sounds of bands like Rammstein, Depeche Mode, HIM and Deathstars, Rublood created their own unique mix and a new method to conceive dark and poetic music. One of the band’s strengths, on the live scene, are the choreographies created by their dancers, the Rubladies, who delight the audience with their magnificent gothic spectacle. After several live performances and changes in the line-up, Rublood found stability with the following members: Ruben Roll (vocals), Billy Russian (guitars), Lester Daniels (bass) and Demon G (drums). In February 2012 they recorded their first full-length album “Star Vampire” and from there became noticed by the producer of the film “Studio Illegale”, in cinemas in January 2013 under license to Warner Bros. The film contains the song "Through the Looking-Glass" by Rublood as well as a guest appearance from the band members. Another song by Rublood, "Negative Bride", appears in the short film “The Longest Night” directed by Fabrizio Tomei. Currently the band is busy promoting their music.