Giorgia Gueglio

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Giorgia Gueglio
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Giorgia Gueglio on the stage (Genova,June 2009)
Background information
Origin Italy
Genres Hard rock
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1998 - present
Labels Lion Music
Associated acts Mastercastle,
Website / Official myspace

Giorgia Gueglio (born 1973) is an Italian singer and founding member of the heavy metal band Mastercastle.


She started singing in 1990, following her passion for singers like David Coverdale, Robert Plant and Ian Gillan.

From 1994 she entered many hard rock and heavy metal bands. On 2004, she became a member of the gothic metal project Artisluna, featuring the first Labyrinth drummer Mattia Stancioiu, who was also the producer. Another musician involved in the project was guitar player Pier Gonella, member of Labyrinth and Necrodeath.

In 2008, she founded the band Mastercastle together with Pier Gonella. With this band she published the album The Phoenix[1] in 2009 and the album Last Desire in 2010, both under the label Lion Music.

In 2001 she was contacted for a collaboration by the extreme metal band Necrodeath. She recorded the voice of the song "Queen of Desire (onyric version)", included on their album The Age of Fear, released on 26 May 2011 by Scarlet Records.[2]




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  1. ^ "Mastercastle will release his debut album on 17 April 2009". Retrieved 2011-06-01. 
  2. ^ "Necrodeath announces The Age of Fear, including Gueglio as guest". Heavy Metal News. Retrieved 2011-06-01. 
  3. ^ "Embrace the sun - Lion Music Web site". Lion Music Records. Retrieved 2011-06-06. 

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