- World Of Music - Svastara - 2009
Death Metal / Thrash / Grindcore band from
Fermo, Ascoli Piceno, Italy.
Among the founding fathers of the Italian death metal scene, Resurrecturis
caused a considerable stir in the underground from 1995 to 1997 with the release
of 3 demo tapes.
Following a split 7" and the re-release of second demo on mcd by pioneer
US death metal label, Wild Rags Records, Resurrecturis released their debut
CD "Nocturnal" in late 1998 on Dutch label Power Rds. The album was
very well received by the musical press worldwide but suffered from poor distribution
and only the licensed versions on picture 12" and double cassette box
(w/all demos as a bonus) partially saved the day.
The "Suicidal Mission" 2000 European tour saw successful
shows in Belgium, Holland, Portugal and Slovenia and ended with a near fatal
on the way back home. More gigs and some international festival (i.e. the infamous
Open Flatuss in Slovenia as co-headliner with Cockney Rejects) were played
but the following year the band entered a profound crisis and finally opted
for a temporary break off.
A new album emerged in 2004 under the twisted title of "The Cuckoo Clocks
Of Hell". The album, a self production, was cheered with excellent reviews
and attracted some label interest in the form of a re-release by Spanish label
Mondongo Canibale (run by members of Haemorrhage and GreenFly). The band's
decision to offer the album (and later the entire discography) for free from
their official web site with literally thousands of downloads greatly increased
the underground popularity of Resurrecturis.
From Oct. 23rd to Nov. 12th 2005 Resurrecturis has toured
Europe with Vital Remains in their "Vital Brutality" tour, making
a powerful impact on European audiences. Few months later, in April, the bands
hit the road a
second time performing live with Impaled Nazarene, Macabre and Jungle Rot.
The peak of this intense live activity are the participation to the Fuck The
Commerce festival in Germany (with Hate Eternal, Extreme Noise Terror and countless
more) and a co-headlining slot at the Pollution Festival in Turin in 2006.
Beginning of 2007 the band begins the recording sessions
of its third album, "Non Voglio Morire", a concept album to be intended as
the first chapter of
a two-record project.
The recording sessions take the best part of 2007, then the
so-called producer from the studio starts working on the mix and literally
disappears, not answering
phone calls and emails. Several months after he presents to the band a lame
mix which he pretends to be an almost complete work. The band rejects the mix
and requests the recording sessions back, which are finally obtained in April
2008. Paolo Ojetti (vocalist of Infernal Poetry, who played bass for Resurrecturis
on the "Vital Brutality" tour) is contacted to complete the mix and prepare
the album for release.
In the meantime Janos is kicked out of Resurrecturis due
to his increasingly unprofessional and dishonest behaviour. From this moment
remains ultimately a project by Carlo Strappa.
On April 28th a professional videoclip for the song "The
Fracture" is shot.
"Non Voglio Morire" is set to be on Casket (Copro Prod. su label) released
in Febrary 2009 as a special digipack edition including a special bonus video
Carlo Strappa - Rhythm guitar ;
Marco Raccichini - Lead guitar ;
Manuel Coccia - Bass guitar ;
Alessandro "Urmuz" Vagnoni - Drums.
Web links: www.myspace.com/resurrecturis /