Lacuna Coil Guitarist Covers Motorhead With Extrema
Band Photo: Motorhead (?)
Long Live Rock n Roll has uploaded fan-filmed video footage of the Italian thrash metal band EXTREMA performing a cover of MOTÖRHEAD's "Ace of Spades" with LACUNA COIL's Marco "Maus" Biazzi guesting on second guitar. The footage was filmed this past Saturday (October 27) at Alcatraz in Milan, Italy and can be viewed below.
EXTREMA will have its entire back catalog — the legendary debut "Tension at the Seams" (1992), "The Positive Pressure" (1995), "Better Mad than Dead" (2001) and "Set the World on Fire" (2005) — reissued in November via Scarlet Records. Each CD will include "plenty of bonus material," according to a press release.
EXTREME will be honored with a a special career award at this year's edition of MEI (Italy's most important convention for independent record labels), which is going to be held November 23-25 in Faenza, Italy.
EXTREMA released its DVD, "Murder Tunes & Broken Bones – 20-Year Anniversary", and accompanying live CD, "Raisin' Hell With Friends – Live At The Rolling Stone", in June via Scarlet Records. The DVD includes the complete concert recorded live at Milan's Rolling Stone during the band's most recent Italian tour and a long documentary narrating the band's career (20 years of metal madness with highlights such as the support slot for SLAYER in Milan during the infamous "Reign In Blood" tour and many other shows with legendary bands like METALLICA, D.R.I., DANZIG, MEGADETH, SUICIDAL TENDENCIES, SEPULTURA, TESTAMENT), with lots of unreleased interviews, video footage (including the now legendary show with METALLICA at Turin's Delle Alpi stadium in 1993) and extras. A preview of the DVD is available at YouTube.
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