Today's musical choices of Davide Tiso

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Today's musical choices of Davide Tiso

Some enjoy listening to music, others love to create it, and there are those who go into both. Generally speaking, all of them tend to find huge interest in learning the musicians’ perspective on musical works made by others. Therefore, let’s take a look at few favourite albums of a pretty gifted guitarist and multi-instrumentalist, Davide Tiso, who is renowned for his avant-garde creation along names such as Ephel Duath, Karin Crisis’ Gospel Of The Witches, Aborym (the latest album) and his newest project, the mind-bending Howling Sycamore.

Katatonia - Brave Murder Day

This is a masterpiece of empowering melancholy which I grew up with. This album helped me shape my taste in heavy music as a listener and opened a few doors in my imagination as a musician. I keep listening to “Brave Murder Day” to this day and I still find interesting nuances in it.

Wardruna - Runaljod: Gap Var Ginnunga

This album is charged with spiritual electricity. This is an otherworldly piece of music rooted deep down in the earth. I listen to these songs while meditating and they elevate my spirit. This is simply one of the best debut I have ever come across.

Death - Individual Thought Patterns

Probably my favourite death metal album. These songs' rhythmic and lead guitars are pure brilliance. Listening to this album is like taking a master class in heavy metal song-writing.

Negura Bunget - Om

One of the most adventurous and progressive extreme metal band from Europe. A real underground gem of a band gone too soon. The band's stubborn will to constantly evolve its sound is wonderfully expressed in this album, probably Negură Bunget's artistic pinnacle. RIP Negru!

Cult Of Luna & Julie Christmas - Mariner

I’ve been listening to both Cult Of Luna and Julie Christmas’s work since their beginning and I loved the evolution of both group and artist through the years. Did I expect their art to melt so effectively together? Not at all, but I’m so grateful that this collaboration happened. “Mariner” is Cult Of Luna and Julie Christmas at their very best.


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