Most likely the first Italian band to be famous abroad just before getting known in the home, nu metal outfit Linea 77 formed in Venaria, in the outskirts of Turin, in 1993 — their name being the amount of the bus they utilized to try reach their rehearsal room. Over time spent executing Rage Against the device and C.C.C.P. addresses, they started composing their own tracks and, down the road, released the demonstration tapes Ogni Cosa al Suo Posto and Kung Fu, the last mentioned written by Turin’s Dracma Information. Their debut record, Too Much Pleasure Makes Children Paranoid, implemented in 1998 on Milan’s Collapse Information. At that time the band’s last lineup was set up, comprising Emiliano “Emo” Audisio and Nicola “Nitto” Sangermano on vocals, Paolo “Chinaski” Ravanello on electric guitar, Davide “Dade” Ravanello on bass, and Cristian “Tozzo” Montanarella on drums. Because of its powerful mixture of hardcore attitude and nu steel noises, the record obtained the eye of Earache, which re-released it in 2000 and agreed upon Linea 77. Pursuing some extremely reviews that are positive in magazines such as for example Kerrang!, Steel Hammer, and Melody Machine, in 2001 the music group released its sophomore work, Ketchup Suicide, made by Dave Chang and led by an energized cover edition from the Bangles’ “Walk As an Egyptian.” In the summertime of the same season these were also the very first Italian music group to try out on the Reading and Leeds celebrations. Over time of innovative turmoil, in 2003 Linea 77 released their “challenging third record,” Numb, which reached an excellent position within the Italian graphs because of the singles “Fantasma” (Linea 77’s initial song within their indigenous Italian) and “66 (Diabulus in Musica)” (with Subsonica as guests). Following a longer Western european tour, the music group shifted to Los Angeles’ Paramount Studios to record its 4th album with manufacturer Dave Dominguez. Released in 2005, Designed for Propaganda verified Linea 77 among the most significant crossover rings in European countries. In 2006, Dade released his 1st solo recording, Il Tappeto Dava el Tono all’Ambiente, beneath the moniker Antianti. Linea 77 came back in 2007 with Venareal 1995, a assortment of aged demos plus two brand-new songs, followed twelve months later from the Toby Wright-produced Horror Vacui, their 1st with Universal, like the solitary “Sogni Risplendono,” a questionable duet with Italian teenager pop idol Tiziano Ferro. In June 2008 they opened up the only real Italian tour day of the lately re-formed Trend Against the device in Modena.