We hereby introduce you to the latest album of Vade Aratro, pioneers of Rural Heavy Metal made in Bologna.
With their third album, they decided to go big: a massive double vinyl that has the flavor of a sure, clear, mature and full mission statement. All aspects of their sound are represented in this monumental collection of twenty-two songs, each of which tells a story, a small world that needed to be shared.
Highs and lows, simplicity and complexity, small and big: all elements restlessly chase each other, with extreme outbursts and acoustic moments, dragging you in a kaleidoscope of emotions with a sincerity you are no longer used to. Isolated from the frenetic metropolitan civilization, Vade Aratro remains the witness of a way of life and the perspective that belongs to us more than we are willing to admit.
Available for digital streaming on all platforms from September and in double 180-gram LP (500 numbered copies) with a large 16-pages color booklet, a sticker with the group’s logo and, only for the first 50 copies, a unique hand-made graphic work by Marcello Magoni.
“LA FESTA DEL GRANO” (“The wheat festival”)
“LA NAVE DEI MORTI” (“The ship of the dead”)
“HO SOGNATO UN BARBAGIANNI” (“I dreamed of a barn owl”)
“SANT’ANTONIO DEL PORCELLO” (“Saint Antonio and the pig”)