Among Italy’s most significant heavy metal rings, Domine formed in Florence in 1983 around brothers Enrico Paoli (electric guitar) and Riccardo Paoli. Similarly inspired by NWOBHM and 1970s’ hard rock and roll, between 1986 and 1994 Domine released four demo-tapes, shortly learning to be a well reputed name within the Italian steel scene. Using the line-up finished by vocalist Morby and erstwhile Loss of life SS drummer Mimmo Palmiotta, in 1997 Domine released their first record, Champ Eternal, a assortment of music halfway between epic and power steel with lyrics highly influenced with the books of s&s authors such as for example Robert E. Howard and, primarily, Michael Moorcock. In Sept 1998 the music group became a quintet using the introduction of keyboardist Riccardo Iacono. Their sophomore recording, Dragonlord (Stories FROM THE Noble Metal), was noticed the light off day time one year later on, and because of a cope with Metallic Blade premiered also in Japan, Brazil, Russia and america, leading the music group to a thorough European tour assisting act such as for example Anvil, Riot, Iron Maiden and Gamma Ray. For the time being, Palmiotta have been changed by previous Necromass Stefano Bonini, along with him on drums Domine documented Stormbringer Guideline — The Story Of Power Supreme (2001). 2004’s Emperor FROM THE Dark Runes was a far more ambitious work, using the music group switching from traditional metallic tunes to longer and much more epic compositions, such as for example “The Aquilonia Collection”, including excerpts from your Conan the Barbarian soundtrack. A path explored a lot more comprehensive by 2007’s Old Spirit Rising, including a broad palette of impact, from power metallic to traditional music, from Celtic acoustic noises to 1970s’ prog rock and roll.