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Ingranaggi della Valle

Ingranaggi della Valle
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Italy
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Ingranaggi della Valle is a progressive rock band from Rome consisting of Davide Noè Savarese (vocals), Flavio Gonnellini (guitar, vocals), Mattia Liberati (keyboards, vocals), Shanti Colucci (drums, percussion), Antonio Coronato (bass), Marco Gennarini (violin, vocals), and Alessandro di Sciullo (guitar, keyboards, synth bass, vocals).
Website
http://www.ingranaggidellavalle.com
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Releases on file (2)
Ingranaggi della Valle — Warm Spaced Blue Ingranaggi della Valle — Warm Spaced Blue
(Black Widow BWRCD 191-2, 2016, CD)
Ingranaggi della Valle — In Hoc Signo Ingranaggi della Valle — In Hoc Signo
(Black Widow BWRCD 155-2, 2013, CD)

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