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Labia

Labia

Labia


Labia was formed by Fernando Lopez and Ariel Rossi in the year 1998, originally under the name Blasted. Initial steps taken with cover songs and later original compositions laid the foundation for the group, which was renamed Labia in 2000. After various lineup changes on bass and drums the band reached its strongest constellation with the addition of Philipp Eichenberger (8 years spent with PX-PAIN) in 2006 and Mark Scherrer (Aggressive Sound Painters, Tamagotchi Suicide Squadron) in 2007. Read more on Last.fm
Labia was formed by Fernando Lopez and Ariel Rossi in the year 1998, originally under the name Blasted. Initial steps taken with cover songs and later original compositions laid the foundation for the group, which was renamed Labia in 2000. After various lineup changes on bass and drums the band reached its strongest constellation with the addition of Philipp Eichenberger (8 years spent with PX-PAIN) in 2006 and Mark Scherrer (Aggressive Sound Painters, Tamagotchi Suicide Squadron) in 2007. While earlier songs were mostly situated in the Neo Rock, Jazz and Metal realm, the more recent compositions of the group are more likely to be considered Industrial Metal. After various concerts in Switzerland and abroad, among them shows like Muisiglanzgmeind, Openeye und Krach am Bach, the bands current act is testament to their extensive experience and intense live-performance. The unique style of Labia leaves nothing to be desired, neither technically nor musically. The address of their official website is www.labia.ch Former bandmembers: Armando Nappi Damian Benedetti Read more on Last.fm.

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