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Origin  Bologna, Italy
Labels  Sonica Studios
Years active  1992–2002 2008–present
Music director  Almost Blue
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Past members  Gabriele Ceci Umberto Palazzo Metello Orsini Marcella Riccardi Dario Parisini Stefano Pilia
Members  Emidio Clementi, Stefano Pilia, Egle Sommacal
Genres  Post-rock, Math rock, Noise rock, Pop rock
Albums  Lungo i bordi, Cattive abitudini, Stanze, Da qui, Club privé
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Massimo Volume is an Italian rock group formed in Bologna in 1992. They sing in Italian and the singer is well known for his poetic spoken-word style. Their musical style may be described as being akin to post-rock: their sound is built on guitars and drums, but rhythms are often complex and articulated, while the guitar effects are also used to effect. The structure of their songs avoid completely the verse-chorus form: in its place, their pieces tend to describe an atmosphere or a sound-scape complemented by the spoken words.

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Massimo Volume reached some notoriety in the Italian Independent Music scene in the late 1990s, particularly with the release of critically acclaimed "Lungo i Bordi" and "Club Privé". The band dismantled in the early 2000s: during this period, their bassist and lyricist, Emidio Clementi, published a series of books. However, the band reunited again in the late 2000s and in 2010 released new material collected in the CD "Cattive Abitudini" (translating as "Bad Habits"), which has been followed by another CD in 2013 "Aspettando i Barbari" (translating as "Waiting for the Barbarians".

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  • Stanze, Underground Records 1993
  • Lungo i bordi, Mescal 1995
  • Da qui, Mescal 1997
  • Club Privé, Mescal, 1999
  • Cattive Abitudini, La Tempesta 2010
  • Aspettando i Barbari, La Tempesta 2013
  • Compilations

  • Fuoco fatuo in Metal Machine Muzak, 1997
  • Soundtracks

  • Almost Blue, Cecchi Gori Music 2001
  • Line-up

  • Emidio Clementi: bass, vocals
  • Egle Sommacal: guitars
  • Vittoria Burattini: drums, percussions
  • Other members

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  • Gabriele Ceci - guitars (1991–1997)
  • Umberto Palazzo - guitars, vocals (1991–1992)
  • Metello Orsini - guitars (1997–1999)
  • Marcella Riccardi - guitars, vocals (1999–2002)
  • Dario Parisini - guitars (1999–2000)
  • Stefano Pilia - guitars (2008)

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    Songs

    Le nostre ore contateCattive abitudini · 2010
    Dymaxion SongAspettando i barbari · 2013
    Dio delle zeccheAspettando i barbari · 2013

    References

    Massimo Volume Wikipedia


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