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Fusing Thrash and Power Pop: Rossometile

Their totally unexpected mix of thrash and power pop is what sets this band from Salerno apart from the pack



The word Rossometile comes from the Italian for Methyl Red, the chemical used to indicate the pH balance on alkaline strips. And red is decidedly the tone of their music. Humbly self-described as Italian pop rock with progressive influences, Salerno band Rossometile actually puts forth a much more complex fusion of diverse hard rock and pop influences. The elements of thrash metal, rock and electronic that the guitarist brings in, mixed with the prog side of both the drummer and the bassist, and the female pop vocals all come together in a powerful mix. After hearing their music, it won’t be a surprise that the group was founded back in 1996. Only a band that’s been around that long could achieve the kind of tightness and homogeneity that Rossometile have. And they’ve been prolific in their time as well, with two demos and three full-length albums released to date. For their second album Terrenica they actually signed to the Salerno label My Kingdom Music. You can stream the album in its entirety on YouTube. Whereas songs like “Come Stai”—with its moving pop vocals set off by the crunch of power rock guitar—are the perfect example of the band’s mastery of the Italian pop rock genre, and “La Grande Piramide” shows off the band’s harder thrash influences, the title track “Terrenica” is an epic mix of the two. All material was recorded at Sound Studio Mix in Salerno by Salvatore Salierno. Rossometile are Gennaro Balletta on drums and percussion, Rosario Reina on guitar and digital sound, Pasquale Murino on bass, and Marialisa Pergolesi on vocals. You’ll have your chance to see Rossometile when they hit the stage in Salerno for the regional finals of Emergenza Festival Italia. It’s going to be an epic battle to get one step closer to the national finals. You won’t want to miss out, so stick around Emergenza.net for more show info.