HOUSEMASTER Begins Recording New EP
Venice, Italy-based thrash metallers HOUSEMASTER have entered HeartBeat Studio in Olmo di Martellago, Venice with producer Michele Minosso to record a new five-song EP.
According to the band's official bio, "HOUSEMATER plays a blend of metal sub-genres: a modern trash influenced by death metal and classic heavy metal. Fascinated by the expressive potential of each idiom, HOUSEMASTER have chosen to sing multiple languages, to capture German's martial tones, Spanish's distinctive pathos, English's broad flexibility and the freakness of Venetian (an Italian dialect). The use of different languages is also the band's celebration of contemporary metal as a most cosmopolitan music genre."
Pierluigi Cavazzano - Vocals
Piero Maschietto - Lead Guitar
Matteo Pierazzo - Rhythm Guitar
Riccardo Rizzi - Bass
Giorgio Schirato - Drums
For more information, visit www.myspace.com/housemasterband.
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