TAPEWHORE: Video Footage From The Studio

Alessandro Vagnoni (INFERNAL POETRY, DARK LUNACY) and Enrico Tiberi (BRAIN, ex-EDENSHADE) have joined forces in a new project called TAPEWHORE.

Commented Vagnoni: "I started writing material for this project two years ago, involved by Wolfgang Suessenbeck (vocalist of the Austrian bands DARKSIDE and DEMOLITION). After this collaboration failed, I asked Enrico Tiberi (already on my side with other bands, such as RESURRECTURIS) to help me in this adventure.

"I have written and arranged the music and recorded all of the instruments; Enrico has written the lyrical concept, recorded the vocals and produced everything in his studio Lullaby Recording Studio (EDENSHADE, ANDREA CHIARINI, DESIGN). Now I'm starting to set up the live band (with Andrea Rabuini from ex-EPHEL DUATH, Luca Giacchetti from OVER DEAD IN OVER and, obviously, Enrico Tiberi) and as the record is finished we will search for a label."

The first in a series of webisodes featuring behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the debut TAPEWHORE album can be viewed below.


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