Italy, why are you hiding these awesome bands from us?
One of our recent discoveries, the Italian band from Turin, Hot Sunday Blood, have created their own and very distinctive version of Alt/ Heavy Rock, thanks to each member of the five piece having quite different backgrounds. Their current sound fuses Metal, Stoner, Grunge, Black Metal, Prog and even New Wave.
Hot Sunday Blood's original 2013 lineup was Andrea Amerini (Vocals), Marco Piozzi (Guitar), Andrea Libero (Guitar, Backing), Manuele Miceli (Drums) and Annalisa Bove (Bass) and lasted until 2017, when Andrea L., Manuele and Annalisa departed and filling the void was Andrea Zanellato (Guitar, Backing), Carlo Borra (Drums) and Paolo Iulita (Bass, Backing).
The young Italians have toured intensively in their home country, as well as a few dates in Romania, Croatia and Slovenia, They even opened for Doyle (founded by ex-Misfits lead guitarist Doyle Wolfgang von Frankenstein) for their gig in Turin in July of 2018.
Hot Sunday Blood have to date released Someone Left Behind (2015), New Ωmega (2017) and more recently Kein Licht on the 17th of December 2019. They've utilised the lockdown by creating more music, and are planning to drop at least one new track before 2020 is over, which will be the lead single of an album that we hope will see the light of day, Covid permitting, in the early months of 2021.
We've included the title track from Kein Licht, not just because it's the latest release from the Turin lads, but rather it's the best representation of their awesome combination of different styles they've brought together to form their version of Alt/ Heavy Rock.