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Gli Atroci

Gli Atroci were never born. Gli Atroci have always existed. They lived in the fifth dimension. The pure metal one. They were spending their time admiring their immortality. They didn't know each other. Then something changed. One day Il Professor Tetro decided to repair his hi-tech water-heater. Everything was going on in the right way. Instead, the irreparable happened. Because of an inexplicable mistake Il Professor Tetro was sent on Earth. He saw what was happening on that strange planet. He discovered that Metal was NOT the only kind of music on Earth. People listened to other horrible ...read more

Gli Atroci were never born. Gli Atroci have always existed. They lived in the fifth dimension. The pure metal one. They were spending their time admiring their immortality. They didn't know each other. Then something changed. One day Il Professor Tetro decided to repair his hi-tech water-heater. Everything was going on in the right way. Instead, the irreparable happened. Because of an inexplicable mistake Il Professor Tetro was sent on Earth. He saw what was happening on that strange planet. He discovered that Metal was NOT the only kind of music on Earth. People listened to other horrible musics with strange names: techno, country, dance, rap, ecc. Il Professor Tetro was shocked. He felt he had to do something. He decided to come back to the fifth dimension to group a handful of heroes to restore the supremacy of Metal on Earth. Any other music had to be forgotten. He choose the six heroes: La Bestia Assatanata, Il Profeta, Il Fabbro Satanico, L'Orrendo Maniscalco, Il Boia Malefico e Il Diabolico Orfanello. These seven braves then moved to Earth to spread the Verb. « hide


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