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The Enciclopedia of Musical Rock (1980-1989)
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The VOLCANO HEAT - Pages 12 to 13
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"Zurrender / live at Blocco A" offers a modern reinterpretation of the sound of the 70s garages-bands. On Saturday, April 10th, Eagle Trip of Motta di Livenza (TV) hosts the concert of two Venetian bands: the postnuclear Gruungers MANDS OFF ALICE and VOLCANO HEAT, hot rock'n'roll under the influence of Warrior Soul, Stooges and the most distorted garages.
Volcano Heat, a powerful Venice based band, is back with their latest album " Surrender / Live at Block A". After the good response to the previous "And The Lights Goes Out", 5 new songs are released today in Block A by Giulio "Ragno" Favero (bassist of the Il Teatro degli Orrori), a reference character for Italian alternative rock.
Volcano Heat deliver a work on the short distance, with slight references to Beatles and Nirvana, reinterpreted here with a competitive charge and a powerful and inspired soundtrack. Volcano Heat, the Venetian powerful threesome, is back to play his rock. On Friday, February 5th, they will present their latest feature "Surrender" via play on Joe Monday.
After the good recording of the previous "And The Lights Goes Out" they produced 5 new songs which were recorded in block A by Giulio "Ragno" Favero (bassist of the Il Teatro degli Orrori), a reference character for Italian alternative rock.