DESTRAGE launched a trailer on the Metal Blade Records youtube channel last week to serve as a preview of their extensive studio documentary. The band documented and discussed the creative process behind “Are You Kidding Me? No.” at length, including: Ron “Bumblefoot” Thal’s guest solo, interviews with the team behind every step of the production, individual tracking performances, and much more. This feature length film by director Giulia Gargano, is of a quality one would generally expect to see for sale as a bonus DVD. Watch the entire documentary and get to know DESTRAGE like you never have before now at youtube.com/destrage.
In other news, DESTRAGE recently confirmed a show on June 24th with Protest the Hero andMonuments in Italy! Details for this show, as well as additional updates from the band, can be found at facebook.com/Destrage.
01/06 Moncalieri, IT Audiodrome
24/06 Pinarella di Cervia Rockplanet Club w/ Protest the Hero, Monuments
DESTRAGE recorded “Are You Kidding Me? No.” at RecLab Studios with Larsen Premoli and at Adrenaline Studio with Daniele Nelli. Mixing and mastering was done by Will Putney at The Machine Shop in New Jersey. The cover illustration was done by Marco Tafuri and the layout was completed by The Jack Stupid. Videos for “Purania” and “My Green Neighbour” can be seen at metalblade.com/Destrage now.
DESTRAGE was formed in 2005 in Milan, Italy and has released two full-length albums, Urban Being in 2009, and The King is Fat’N’Old in 2010. Their animated live shows have taken them on tour all over Europe, as well as Japan. DESTRAGE opened for Every Time I Die and Parkway Drive in Milan in June of 2013, and headlined a variety of Italian festivals including: Machete Fest, Rock In Riot, MAV Festival, and more. Touring plans for 2014 are currently in the works and will be unveiled once confirmed.
Paolo Colavolpe – Vocal
Matteo Di Gioia – Guitar
Gabriel Pignata – Bass
Ralph Salati – Guitar
Federico Paulovich – Drums
“Genre-mashing Italian stallions Destrage are bold, brilliant and fucking bonkers.” Metal Hammer UK
“armed with twisted, face-melting metal, wrapped tightly around themes of horror, violence, oppression and death…holy-shit incredible…a truly epic record.” FEARnet
“Songs like “Purania” and “Where The Things Have No Color” sport the hallmarks of Dog Fashion Disco & Mr. Bungle’s perversely detached maturity.” ThePRP.com