Best Punk Rock Bands ever

The best punk rock bands of all time

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" My Right" and "Cool Kids," the first screaming weasel song I've ever heard. Best Italian new wave band ever, no way. Lyricism et imprègne le punk-pop bizarre du groupe.

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The line-up is first a trio and consists of Marco Zamuner, called Zamu (voice, bass and song writer of the whole production of the band) and the brothers Valentino (Vale) and Leonardo (Bocia) Cadamuro, both on guitar and drums. In May 2005, after two years of experience in the Veneto region, they won a competition for emerging bands in Campagna Lupia and won the prize for the best lyrics for the single Una Storiella.

The four Venetians begin to share the stage with historical groups of the Italian scene such as Derozer, Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti, FFD, Peter Punk, Cattive Abitudini, L'Invasione degli Omini Verdi, Gerson, Punkreas, Pornoriviste and later with some names from World Punk such as NOFX, Marky Ramone, Ska-P, Queers, Teenage Bottlerocket, The Apers and many others[2].

Also on 13 September 2008, in heavy rain, the concert meeting of Peter Punk will be opened. On November 6, 2009 La fabricbrica di monsterri, 13 tracks, was released again for Indiebox. The album takes them on a new trip that will take them back to many of Italy's most important cities. On 29 November 2009, the group won the MEI (Meeting Independent Labels of Faenza) award for "Best Italian Punk Band 2009?[7]".

Produced in the United States, this album shows some change from the band's traditional compositions. The lyrics are refined, and the controversy over the stereotypes typical of the world in which we live is becoming increasingly bitter, a theme that is ubiquitous in the band's latest productions. In early 2016 he officially joined the line-up of Derozer, a historic punk rock outfit.

Meanwhile, Vale and Il Bocia are taking part in a project dedicated to Joey Ramone and, together with The Italians, are playing the tribute (Joey Ramone Birthday Bash) organized for the birthday of the great singer of the legendary New York based group on May 19, 2018 at the Bowery Electric in New York.

The encounter with these new experiences leads the group to a decisive development of the composition, which begins to change decisively in the direction of a punk rock that becomes more tense and faster. When another guitar player, Andrea Storgato (Umbre), joined the group, the first tracks began to take form in a few years, gathered in the demo CDs Check Bei Momenti and Come Si Vola.

After two years of training in their area, in May 2005 they won a contest for new bands in Campagna Lupia and won the award for the best text for the singles Una Storia. Decido io, the band's first record, is released and consists of 11 songs. These four Venetians shared the stages with historic groups from the Italien scenery such as Derozer, Tre Allegri Ragazzi Morti, FFD, Cattive Abitudini, L'invasione degli Omini Verdi, Pornoriviste and later with some bands from abroad such as NOFX, Marky Ramone, Queers, Teenage Bottlerocket, Apers, Ska-P, ZEBRAHEAD and many others.

They signed with the Indiebox in 2007 and published their second 13-track Domani È Come Oggi record, which was commercially available on 14 February 2008. There has been a good response and the record has received good critics in Rocksound and various journals and on various websites as well as domestic and internationalanzines.

Whilst the lyrics circulate on domestic and foreign comparisons, they begin their tours all over the world. On 13 September 2008 they will also open Peter Punk's Konzerttreffen in flowing rains. La fabricbrica Dei Mostri, with 13 track, for Indiebox will be released on November 6, 2009.

On November 29, 2009, the group will be honored at the MEI (Meeting of Independent Labels of Faenza) as "Best Italien Punk Band 2009". Nati Negli will be releasing Anni 80 with 12 songs on October 15, 2011, followed by the releasing of the videoclip of the single Nati Negli Anni 80, which was presented in Milan on October 15, 2011.

Texts are honed and the polemic against the prejudices characteristic of the way we lived becomes more and more intense, the subject that is ubiquitous in the band's last work. They will be on duty on the Italy itinerary during 2012 and much of 2013, the year in which they will officially support the Deroz meeting in the major towns of Italy.

L'Ora D'Aria is defined by L'Rockit as "A good disc for connoisseurs of the music genre, the sound is impeccable and the arrangement is very precise and unpredictable, reflecting the band's ten-year history. At the beginning of 2016 Zamu will become an official part of Derozer, the historic punk rock group.

In the meantime, Vale and the Bocia are taking part in a Joey Ramone devoted play with "The Italians" at the Joey Ramone Birthday Bash, which took place at The Bowery Electric in New York on May 19, 2018. This new experience brings the group to a crucial development of the piece, which begins to move towards a tight and quick punk rock.

Out of this trial the group released "Supermarket" in April 2018, again for the historical Brescia benchmark, Indiebox, followed by the release of the videoclip "Nobody ever came out alive from Italy'90", which is highly acclaimed by the fan base. Skip with us Marco Pannella", the track from the Che by momenti" demonstration, is known to the radically pop star political figure and is highly regarded by him as such.

They are releasing a December 25, 2007 release devoted to the celebrated blogger Germano Mosconi, with Cattive Abitudini. In late 2016 Bocia also joined a new group, "The Denims".

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