Thursday, 15 August 2013

DGM - Trust

DGM ("Diego Gianfranco Maurizio", after the founding members) is an Italian metal band. They originally formed in 1994 as an instrumental band. Luciano Regoli, formerly of Raccomandata Ricevuta Ritorno, soon joined as lead singer. Their first official release was the self-produced mini CD Random Access Zone but the full album came out in November ‘97: Change Direction. The album was well received in Italy, Germany, Finland, and Denmark, which prompted them to start an Italian tour that gave the band a reputation as one of the most promising progressive Italian acts in those years.

Until today the band have release 8 studio album and toured all over the world.

Current band members:
Mark Basile - vocals (2008–present)
Simone Mularoni - guitar (2006–present)
Emanuele Casali - keyboards (2006–present)
Andrea Arcangeli - bass guitar (2003–present)
Fabio Costantino - drums (2000–present)

Todays tune "Trust" is taken from the eight studio album "Momentum", following the critically acclaimed Synthesis (2010) and hundreds of shows that brought their music to audiences all around the world, including a successful tour with American progressive giants Symphony X in 2011. Momentum represents the full stylistic maturity of a band now on top of its game, collecting 11 new songs made of beautiful melodies, classy arrangements and top notch musicianship. To add an extra value to an already astonishing album, DGM have tapped legendary singer Russell Allen (Symphony X, Adrenaline Mob) to guest on the opening track Reason, and Norwegian guitar virtuoso Jorn Viggo Lofstad (Pagan's Mind) to contribute with a solo on the track Chaos. Momentum; was recorded, mixed and mastered by the band's own guitarist and celebrated producer Simone Mularoni at Domination Studios in San Marino, Italy.

The album artwork has been handled by Simone Bertozzi (Mnemic). The video was directed by Matteo Ermeti

More info @

Official DGM Web

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