Slowmotion Apocalypse

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This article is about the Italian metal band. For the Grotus album, see Slow Motion Apocalypse.
Slowmotion Apocalypse
Origin Pordenone, Italy
Genres Melodic death metal Metalcore
Years active since 2002
Labels Scarlet (since 2005)
Tribunal (since 2005)
Soundholic (2005)
Website slowmotionapocalypse.com
Members Alberto "Albi" Zannier
Nicola "Nicolas" Milanese
Manuel “Sean” Gianella
Ivo Boscariol
Tommaso "Tommy" Corte
Past members Ivan Odorico

Slowmotion Apocalypse is an Italian melodic death metal band formed in Pordenone in 2002 and currently signed to Scarlet Records. They released their third album Mothra in October 2009, recorded at Planet Red Studios, Richmond, VA, with producer Andreas Magnusson (Black Dahlia Murder, The Agony Scene, We Were Gentlemen, Dufresne, Oh Sleeper) and featuring Mike Terry from BURY YOUR DEAD and Matt Rudzinski from KILLWHITNEYDEAD,.[1] At the Gates vocalist Tomas Lindberg provided guest vocals on the song "The Blessing" on their second album, Obsidian, which was produced by Ettore Rigotti and released in 2007.[2]

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Former members[edit]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Demos[edit]

  • Demo 2002 (2002)

Music videos[edit]

Insomniac
Fuel For My Hatred

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Slowmotion Apocalypse: entire new album available for streaming". Blabbermouth. 2 December 2009. Retrieved 3 December 2009. 
  2. ^ "Slowmotion Apocalypse". Scarlet Records. Retrieved 3 December 2009. 

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