Articles by: Fabio
Fabio Marraccini, 41 years old, Rock and Metal fan since the dawn of the 80s, has been following the scene worldwide since then. Having lived in South America, North America and Australia, and having travelled around the world, experienced countless live concerts. Audio/Video Engineer by trade, writes professionally for several music publications including MusicWeekly, Heavy Magazine (Australia), Metal Obsession (Australia) and Roadie Crew (Brazil).

by / on August 27, 2012 at 10:34 am / in Album Reviews, Artists / Bands, Culture, Metal / Hard Rock

Tankard – A Girl Called Cerveza

  Artist Name: TankardTitle Name: A Girl Called CervezaLabel: Nuclear BlastReviewed by: Fabio Marraccini    The raw, thrashy, legendary, fun, resilient and beer-fuelled kings of alcoholic metal are back! Going on for 30 years now, Tankard would easily form Germany’s response to the so called “Big 4” of thrash metal*, together with country mates Kreator, Sodom and Destruction. Reaching their 15th […]

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by / on August 21, 2012 at 12:04 pm / in Album Reviews, Artists / Bands, Culture, Metal / Hard Rock

Katatonia – Dead End Kings

Artist Name: Katatonia Title Name: Dead End Kings Label: Peaceville Reviewed by: Fabio Marraccini As discussed before in this column, the Swedish masters of dark and progressive heavy music have been given a tough assignment: top up their acclaimed 2009 album Night is the New Day. The results, as anticipated in the review of the first single – ‘Buildings’ – […]

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by / on August 15, 2012 at 10:21 am / in Album Reviews, Culture, Metal / Hard Rock

Katatonia – Buildings

Katatonia: Buildings, a review by Fabio Marraccini

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by / on August 9, 2012 at 10:35 am / in Album Reviews, Culture, Metal / Hard Rock

Dark Roots of Earth – Testament

Testament: Dark Roots of Earth, a review by Fabio Marraccini

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by / on August 6, 2012 at 3:04 pm / in Album Reviews, Artists / Bands, Metal / Hard Rock

Bonded by Blood – The Aftermath

Bonded by Blood: The Aftermath, a review by Fabio Marraccini

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