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Extrema Posts Drum Playthrough Video For "For The Loved And The Lost" Online

Italian groove thrash metallers Extrema recently unleashed their latest seventh studio album "Headbanging Forever" last month on May 10th via Rockshots Records.

Today, drummer Francesco “Frullo” Larosa is sharing a playthrough video for the record’s first single, "For The Loved And The Lost." You can check it out below.

Francesco “Frullo” Larosa adds:

"I’m happy to share with you all the playthrough video for the first single taken from the album ‘Headbanging Forever’. I’ve recorded the video with Gaston Studio’s guys and Daniele Farina. Paolo Toso took care of the wonderful lights and Gabriele Ravaglia from Fear Studio captured the sound. The song ‘For the Love and the Lost’ is a thrash ride at 200bpm. I had a lot of fun adding a lot of double bass parts, linear phrases and some special meter changes during the guitars solo. On this playthrough video, I’ve put also the scores I’m playing. I had this idea of watching a lot of online lessons using the same method. I never saw that on a playthrough video before, so I think it’s very cool for all drummers that want to try playing the song. Enjoy!."

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1. coldiem writes:

Having the drum score/tab included is a great idea. I've got to say though... it is pretty hard to follow when it skips forward (ie: backwards). Sometimes it seems to jump back before the end of the measure, including the skipped notes at the beginning of the next "measure" (ie: where it jumps back to). Just seems kinda awkward at times.

Either way, nice drumming!

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