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Who let the dogs out (Baha Man metal cover)

Foretype on December 22, 2012 10:26

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    Foretype is the sound of madness generated by the surrounding reality.
    The story of the band started in Ostia, the seaside of Rome, in 2008. Since their meeting in 2006, Andrea Dimitri (Vocalist, Drummer) and Milo Silvestro (Drummer, Percussionist) have shared several music projects such as "Alias", a hip-hop/elecrtonic duo in which both guys were creating beats and putting together a lot of different influences. In particular, Milo was programmer and turntablist (studio and live) and Andrea was the singer/rapper.
    But the two realized very soon that they needed something else to express their feelings and their artistic vein. Something heavy, angry, groovy and deep in which they could give their best.
    This led to the creation of Embryo.

    Andrea Dimitri and Milo Silvestro are the creative members of the band. Together they produced about 12 tracks, and many others are coming soon.
    After some attempts to complete the formation with other members, Embryo finally became stable in 2012 when they met guitar player Francesco Fiori.
    At the moment, Embryo have no bass player. Bass lines - as well as guitars - are recorded by Milo.

    Embryo's lyrics are about dealing with feelings face to face by just letting them come out, and sometimes by bringing them to extreme points, getting into cynicism with results that may be unpleasent for many.

    Embryo are against all forms of religion, especially organized religion. (This does not mean the band is satanistic, obviuosly, as Embryo themselves underline they are against Satanism too and remark it quite often). Embryo strongly believe people should be free from religions, as well as from superstition and ignorance. In 2013 embryo changed their name in Foretype, wich concept is near to embryo, the music remains the same


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