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Gunash release new single “Revenge” on 4th April

Gunash release new single “Revenge” on 4th April, out on Golden Robot Records.

Italian alternative rock band Gunash recently released their latest single “House of Sand (A Bad Dream)”, a storming track that features melodic verses with a change of dynamics in the decidedly more violent choruses, with a 90s grunge rock flavour. Now, their upcoming single, “Revenge”, will be released digitally on April 4 via Golden Robot Records, available for pre-order/add/save now.

Gunash also collaborates with the well-known American musician Rami Jaffee, keyboardist of the Foo Fighters and also with Nick Oliveri (Kyuss, QOTSA etc).

“Revenge” is a powerful rock song that describes how we sometimes trust the wrong people, and that the consequences of these choices lead us to hate those people to such a point that we wish bad things on them. But we, for the sake of dignity, dissimulate our real feelings in public

Gunash is an alternative-rock band born in 2003 from an idea of the singer and guitarist Ivano Zor Zorgniotti and the drummer and percussionist Danilo Pannico Abaldo from Bra, Italy. Their musical style is inspired by the “Seattle Sound” and the cult bands of the alternative rock scene of the 90s such as Soundgarden, Nirvana, Alice In Chains, Foo Fighters, Stone Temple Pilots and Queens Of The Stone Age.

Gunash collaborates with the famous American musician Rami Jaffee, keyboardist of the Foo Fighters. He is keyboardist and artistic producer of the albums Same Old Nightmare, Great Expectations and the EP SuperHeroes In Town. These records were recorded at Fonogenic Studios in Los Angeles and have been released by Go Down Records.

Over the course of its career, Gunash have performed in Italy, Spain and in the US, including a performance as headliner at the legendary club Whisky A Go-Go in West Hollywood. Gunash have also participated in several radio broadcasts in Italy and abroad. The albums obtained many radio passes and very positive criticism from specialized press (Rolling Stone, Rockerilla, Classic Rock, etc). With the Great Expectations Tour, Gunash made over fifty dates between important Italian clubs and festivals, creating a solid fan base, that founded the Gunash Fan Club.

Currently Gunash are working on the production of the fourth album, which will be recorded in collaboration with Rami Jaffee and Nick Oliveri. For the new album the band has signed with prestigious first class independent record label Golden Robot Records (GRR Entertainment Group), with the support of Go Down Records, for an international release.