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From Italy, the band was born in 2009. They were playing covers of songs such as GOBLIN' PFM, PORCUPINE TREE, TOOL and DREAM THEATER. They started to write their own musical project, initially set to progressive rock, but it became a new style of music by mixing different sounds. In 2010 and 2011, they played some shows in Rome and reached the final place of Emergenza Festival 2011 contest. In 2013, the first album "Linea di Confine" was self produced. The album was a collection of songs from different contexts and moments. The album starting with progressive influences, develops into post-rock, psychedelic sounds and metal. The line-up is Carlo DA LUZ (vocals), Andrea DESSANTIS (Guitars), Silvano FINISTAURI (keyboards), Fabrizio NUNZI (bass, vocals) and Marco PALLADINO (drums).

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