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Dark Quarterer

Country of origin:
Italy
Location:
Piombino (Livorno), Tuscany
Status:
Active
Formed in:
1980
Genre:
Epic Heavy Metal (early), Progressive Metal (later)
Lyrical themes:
Dark, Epic, Esoteric, Myths, Legends and History
Current label:
Metal on Metal Records
Years active:
1974-1980 (as Omega R (Omega Erre)), 1980-present
Additional discography:
Demo, 1991

In the early years they played covers only (progressive rock, hard rock and early heavy metal) and never in public concerts. In 1980 they changed name and began to write their own songs.

Dark Quarterer's first two albums were written by guitarist Fulberto Serena. After he departed, Gianni Nepi and Paolo "Nipa" Ninci took over the creative aspect of the ...
Current
Gianni Nepi Bass, Vocals (1980-present)
See also: ex-La Sensazione, ex-Watt 2000
Paolo "Nipa" Ninci Drums (1980-present)
See also: ex-Il Vecchio Mulino, ex-Mediterraneo
Francesco Sozzi Guitars (1998-present)
Francesco Longhi Keyboards (2003-present)
Past
Fulberto Serena Guitars (1980-1990)
See also: Etrusgrave, ex-The Diamonds
Sandro Tersetti Guitars (1991-1998)
See also: ex-Il Vecchio Mulino, ex-Mediterraneo
Gianni Nepi Bass, Vocals (1980-present)
See also: ex-La Sensazione, ex-Watt 2000
Paolo "Nipa" Ninci Drums (1980-present)
See also: ex-Il Vecchio Mulino, ex-Mediterraneo
Francesco Sozzi Guitars (1998-present)
Francesco Longhi Keyboards (2003-present)
Fulberto Serena Guitars (1980-1990)
See also: Etrusgrave, ex-The Diamonds
Sandro Tersetti Guitars (1991-1998)
See also: ex-Il Vecchio Mulino, ex-Mediterraneo
Added by: Stormrider Modified by: Krister Jensen
Added on: 2002-09-08 23:21:35 Last modified on: 2018-11-13 15:04:32