Fuzz Orchestra - Morire Per La Patria
Starting from radical improvisation, the band achieves to forge a sound which, today, is built on strong rock textures, guitar and drums based, on which a fluxus of outer sounds (old movies, old vinyls cut ups, noise streams and real time audio manipulations) ties and rages. In 2007 they release their self titled debut album, scarcely 30 minutes between noise and kraut rock, the themes being glorious (La Resistenza against fascism) and dark (’60 and ’70 state terrorism) moments of contemporary italian history. In 2009, with the second album Comunicato n.2, the music gets more brutal and heavy, while the band gives voice back to those who have tried to revolt against the inhuman capitalist world order. From 2007 to these days, Fuzz Orchestra has been playing live restlessly in Italy and Europe.
In 2012 Fuzz Orchestra releases its third album Morire Per La Patria, greatly received from the italian press, as well as from the crowds attending the band's gig. The music is now a mixture of modern and 70's heavy rock, used as a mean to convey messages of criticism about the new (and old) world order.