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Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Destrage - "The Chosen One" [Metal & X-Core]

The Chosen One

"The Chosen One" music video by Destrage
Added: 20-03-2019
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : Destrage "The Chosen One" (OFFICIAL VIDEO)

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The Jack Stupid Film

Starring - Drago

Directed by Matteo Di Gioia
DoP - Stafano Brandolini
Second unit DoP - Pietro Agostini
Camera operator - Riccardo Andreaus
Set design - Francesco Cazzaniga
AD - Paolo Colavolpe
Grip - Stefano Galli

Produced by Destrage And TJS
Thanks to Federico Paulovich, Gabriel Pignata, Ralph Salati, Kylah Stant.

Extras: Thomas Calvi, Giuseppe Pennetta, Matteo Caruso, Mattero Brigatti, Andrea Beretta, Lorenzo Conti, Yari Dessi, Aldo Marci, Daniele Carozzi, Alessandro Bonetti, Nicolò Brioschi, Marco Usuelli, Daniele Colletta, Mario Sella, Gabriele Pozzoni, Gabriele Tortora, Elia Putto, Alessandro Borghese.


A hard-charging, genre-juggling hard rock unit based out of Milan, Italy Destrage employs a compelling blend of melody-driven groove, math, djent, and progressive metal that's as technically impressive as it is highly cinematic. Founded in 2005, and featuring the talents of vocalist Paolo Colavolpe, drummer Federico Paulovich, bassist Gabriel Pignata, and guitarists Matteo Di Gioia and Ralph Guido Salati, the band issued its first full-length studio album, Urban Being, in 2007 via Coroner Records. Destrage stayed with the label for 2010's The King Is Fat 'N' Old, but their increasingly expanding profile eventually caught the eyes and ears of Metal Blade, who snatched the band up in 2013. Are You Kidding Me? No., the group's first outing for the label, dropped the following year, and in 2016, they released their fourth studio long-player, the ambitious A Means to No End.

Tags : 2019, 10s, Destrage