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Francesco La Rosa
Sounds Like: Pantera, Metallica, Machine Head, Exodus, EXTREMA
Bio: Like a record-industry big-brass commented, Extrema are “aged”.
Been around the block a few times? Sure.
Seasoned veterans? You bet!
Hard as nails and ready -once again- to kick ass and take names? Hell-fuckin’-yeah!!!
Extrema have been playing heavy and fast since before many of their curren...See Full Bio
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“T hese prolific heavy metal loving, attitude-driven guys hail from Italy. Prolific because they present their sixth studio album, plus they have a live album and a double DVD celebrating at that stage of their career, their 20th birthday. Since releasing an E.P. back in 1987, Extrema have unleashed all manner of brutality inspired by events from around the world. In this case with The Seed of Foolishness, they were motivated by the recent mess that unfolded with our worldly economic crisis. The words ‘Thrash’ and ‘Metal’ both spring to mind once you set this long player to run. Pyre of Fire and opener Between The Lines both deliver a hasty pace and urgency with razor-sharp riffs accompanying the very competent vocal display from Gianluca ”GL” Perotti. Bones finishes with a high-pitched sustained note, and then the rampaging The Distance maintains the ebb and flow of what The Seed of Foolishness is all about. Unlike their previous studio outing, Pound For Pound, there”