As mentioned in the introduction to the article, Davide Piovesan is a drummer who has accomplished something unique, a well-crafted and authentic blend of metal and jazz elements. It is one thing to impose a jazz pattern into a metal riff, and it is another to seamlessly integrate the two. That is the quality of a masterful musician. I wanted to pay tribute to a drummer and a band that perhaps went under listener’s radar. You can read the article here. I encourage you to listen to Ephel Duath’s albums, particularly The Painters Palette and Pain Necessary to Know, both of which feature Davide. I hope you gain a better appreciation of what went into making these records and the artistry involved. Thanks for reading.
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