Destrage, the eclectic Milanese metalcore band whose sixth full-length album, SO MUCH. too much., is out now via 3DOT Recordings.
“This album is for all of the people who supported us during these last three years of nothing… who never ceased reaching out to us and asking for new music,” said the band collectively. “You are the reason we do what we do. We can’t wait to share these new songs live as well! We’re back!”
The 12-song album was produced by Matteo “Ciube” Tabacco, with mixing by Will Putney (A Day To Remember, Every Time I Die). In the lead-up to today’s release the band has released videos for “Everything Sucks And I Think I’m A Big Part of It” , the absolutely insane, visual feast for “Italian Boi”, and a visualizer for “Private Party” , which features a guest appearance from Devin Townsend.
SO MUCH. too much., which is available via two limited-edition vinyl variants, CDs and an album themed capsule collection of merchandise, can be purchased via the 3DOT Recordings’ webstore. The album can be streamed here.
Destrage is Paolo Colavolpe (vocals), Matteo Di Gioia (guitar), Federico Paulovich (drums), and Ralph Guido Salati (guitar). The Milan-based foursome have released six albums: The Chosen One (2019), A Means To No End (2016), Are You Kidding Me? (2014), The King Is Fat’n’Old (2010), Urban Being (2007), and SO MUCH. too much. (2022). Mike Portnoy picked The Chosen One as one of his favorite albums of the year, Heavy Blog Is Heavy described the collection as “a beautiful piece of work” and Metal Sucks said “these are extraordinary musicians.”