BLACK LABEL SOCIETY Guitarist DARIO LORINA: Playthrough Video For 'Echoes Of A Stone Heart' Song

BLACK LABEL SOCIETY Guitarist DARIO LORINA: Playthrough Video For 'Echoes Of A Stone Heart' Song

BLACK LABEL SOCIETY guitarist Dario Lorina has just released his second instrumental album, "Death Grip Tribulations", via Shrapnel Records, known for discovering and recording guitarists of extraordinary ability.

A playthrough video for the song "Echoes Of A Stone Heart", taken from "Death Grip Tribulations", can be seen below.

Dario's new record is a powerful show of songwriting infused with shred guitar, vintage modern influence, and a richly musical band consisting of longtime musical partner Dan "D.C." Conway (drums), BLACK LABEL SOCIETY bandmates John "J.D." DeServio (bass) and Jeff Fabb (drums), along with former LIZZY BORDEN bandmate Marten Andersson (bass). It also features a song with MOTÖRHEAD guitarist Phil Campbell. Engineered and mixed by Fred Archambault, known for his work with ALICE COOPER and AVENGED SEVENFOLD, among others, this effort is a sheer embodiment of this high caliber guitarist's vast skill set.

Says Shrapnel's Mike Varney: "'Death Grip Tribulations' makes it clear that Dario Lorina has become a force to be reckoned with, as at twenty-seven years of age, he draws from experience far beyond his years, creating a collection of songs built on forceful rhythms, strong melodies and an arsenal of advanced guitar chops."

Lorina began his professional career in 2006 at age 16 as the touring guitarist with the late Jani Lane (ex-WARRANT). At age 19, he joined veteran metal act LIZZY BORDEN, whom he toured with for four years.

Dario released his first instrumental record on Shrapnel in September 2013. In January 2014, he joined BLACK LABEL SOCIETY and has since been touring worldwide with Zakk Wylde, performing on both guitar and keys, most recently on Wylde's "Book Of Shadows II" tour.

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