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Zippo

Pescara based ZIPPO have been able to forge within few years a unique musical creature. Active since 2004, three albums under their belt, several European tours and concerts all over Italy; this hyperactivity makes ZIPPO one of the leading bands in the Italian heavy psychedelic field. Their live shows are bursting and mesmeric, a massive electric ritual that will petrify you.

After the surprising self-produced debut "Ode To Maximum" (2006), the following "The Road To Knowledge" (2009) shows a band in its phase of natural development, combining progressive approaches and post met ...read more

Pescara based ZIPPO have been able to forge within few years a unique musical creature. Active since 2004, three albums under their belt, several European tours and concerts all over Italy; this hyperactivity makes ZIPPO one of the leading bands in the Italian heavy psychedelic field. Their live shows are bursting and mesmeric, a massive electric ritual that will petrify you.

After the surprising self-produced debut "Ode To Maximum" (2006), the following "The Road To Knowledge" (2009) shows a band in its phase of natural development, combining progressive approaches and post metal landscapes with the classic stoner rock and doom backgrounds.

ZIPPO's third son comes out in March 2011 once again through Subsound Records and its title is "Maktub". The 7 Tracks have been shaped by Victor Love at Subsound Studio while mastering duties have been handled by James Plotkin (Khanate, Sunn O))), Isis). Intense, daring, and twisting; with very special guests such as Ben Ward (Orange Goblin) and Luca T. Mai (Zu). « hide

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Maktub
2011

4
1 Votes
The Road To Knowledge
2009

3.5
1 Votes
Ode To Maximum
2006

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