Bologna Violenta is a solo project from italy that plays a mixture of experimental, avant garde, noise and grindcore and this is a review of his 2016 album "Discordia" which was released by Overdrive Records.
Classical style piano's start off the album and after awhile violins, drums and heavy guitars make their presence known on the recording along with the music getting more melodic and symphonic and when t he music speeds up a great amount of blast beats can be heard while other songs mix in elements of noise.
Throughout the recording t here is a great mixture of slow, mid paced and fast parts and some songs also bring in aggressive screams while t he faster sections are very heavily influenced by grindcore and after awhile elements of free form jazz and hardcore are added onto the recording and a lot of the tracks a re very short in length and when guitar solos and leads a re utilized they are done in more a technical style and as the album progresses the music starts getting more progressive along with some melodic riffs and some tracks also bring in a small amount of spoken word parts along with a few seconds of melodic singing.
Bologna Violenta plays a musical style that takes grindcore and technical death and mixes it with noise, avant garde, experimental and symphonic music to create something that is very original and the production sounds very progfessional.
In my opinion Bologna Violentia is a very great sounding mixture of experimental, avant garde, noise and grindcore and if you are a fan of those musical genres, you should check out this solo project. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Sigle de telifilm" "Leviatano" "Discordia" and "Colonialsmo". 8 out of 10.