Interview - Insane

Insane is a Heavy metal band that has recently released a self-titled album. Let's have a chat with them.

Hello and welcome to this interview. Tell us something about your recent release called Insane.
Hi guys, and thanks for this space you give us, for us to talk about the album is always a source
of pride, amazement and surprise we did not expect this result. The album originated from an idea, or rather from a need, many years of cover but with the need to express what we had inside, and our concept of heavy metal, based on the most diverse musical preferences that we have and our experience.

How would you describe your sound?
We wanted to create music that would accompany the stories we tell, from the dialogue between the
medieval doctor and the plague victim, to Arthur and the knights, to the Salem trial, it has to be a
journey for the listener. Mainly we have our roots in classic metal, but you can see the influences towards the bass groove not really heavy, harmonic and polyphonic choirs, keyboards of Simonetti's memory, paint a picture with different colors, our colors.

What are your lyrics about?
Mainly epic literature, in general we are passionate about history.

What do you listen to when you are at home?
We have many influences, our tastes vary from pop to metal, from Duran Duran to Slayer.

What is your favorite live performance?
This question has been the subject of debate, clearly giving a single answer is impossible because it
all depends on various tastes, which over time have evolved, when we were kids we would have
answered without hesitation LIVE AFTER DEATH, growing up Made in Japan was fundamental, but
tastes then have diversified and we loved both LIVE IN THE HEART OF A CITY and SING BLUE

Your favorite albums?
For me (Dave Singer) 1987 Whitesnake, for Mimmo and Gio' live after death by Iron Maiden, Maurizio
Rio Duran Duran.

Who would you like to meet for a beer?
Bruce Dickinson brews and recommends dishes!

If you were the most important band in the world, what would you ask for backstage?
A good sound engineer and some Jack daniels.

What are your plans for the future?
Playing live, we miss the stage so much.

Giovanni Gagliano

Passionate about music I wrote my first article for "Given To Rock" in 2012, reaching now 30K global followers. I am also a musician, gigging around London.

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