A goth steel music group very much in the same vein as Evanescence or Lacuna Coil, Italy’s Macbeth formed in 1995. Led by their drummer, Fabrizio, Macbeth documented a six-track demonstration — Nocturnal Embrace — in 1997. Macbeth had been soon agreed upon to Dragonheart, which helped release a the band’s debut record, Intimate Tragedy’s Crescendo, in 1998. Before getting into the studio room to record what will be its follow-up record, the music group underwent some large-scale lineup adjustments. Once a well balanced music group roster was set up, recordings commenced on what would end up being the 2001 discharge Vanitas. The music group took a couple of years to obtain a third out to the steel public, waiting around until 2005 release a its following full-length function, Malae Artes. A tour for the record followed, as well as the music group performed in a great number of locations, like the USA and Lebanon. In 2007, Macbeth — at this time a dual vocalist-led septet — released their 4th record, Superangelic Hate Bringers, once again on Dragonheart.