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Klimt 1918  


Taking their name from the Austrian painter Gustav Klimt and the year of his death, Klimt 1918 has a pretty strong debut on their hands in Undressed Momento. The style is the sort of soulful melancholic rock/metal reminiscient of later-period Anathema and Katatonia, but there is a noticeable 80's dark pop influence as well (the band professes their like of bands such as The Cure and Depeche Mode), an influence that works much better than the description might suggest. Momento is particularly mature for a debut album, and fans of the aforementioned groups will do well to check out these Italians.

Current Members

Marco Soellner

vocals/guitars

Francesco Conte

guitars

Davide Pesola

bass

Paolo Soellner

drums

Former Members/Guests

Alessandro Pace

guitars


Discography



Undressed Momento 
2003 My Kingdom
  1. (Untitled)
  2. Pale Song
  3. Parade Of Adolescence
  4. We Don't Need No Music
  5. Undressed Momento
  6. That Girl
  7. Naif Watercolour
  8. If Only You Could See Me Now
  9. Stalingrad Theme
  • Marco Soellner
  • Alessandro Pace
  • Davide Pesola
  • Paolo Soellner

Reviews:   Chronicles Of Chaos  Lords Of Metal  Metal Observer 



Dopoguerra 
2005 Prophecy
  1. -
  2. They Were Wed by the Sea
  3. Snow of '85
  4. Rachel
  5. Nightdriver
  6. Because of You, Tonight
  7. Dopoguerra
  8. La Tregua
  9. Lomo
  10. Sleepwalk in Rome
  • Marco Soellner
  • Davide Pesola
  • Paolo Soellner

Reviews:   Chronicles Of Chaos  Lords Of Metal 



Just In Case We'll Never Meet Again 
2008 Prophecy
  1. The Breathtaking Days (via lactea)
  2. Skygazer
  3. Ghost of a Tape Listener
  4. The Graduate
  5. Just an Interlude in Your Life
  6. Just in Case We'll Never Meet Again
  7. Suspense Music
  8. Disco Awayness
  9. Atget
  10. All Summer Long
  11. True Love is the Oldest Fear
  • Marco Soellner
  • Francesco Conte
  • Davide Pesola
  • Paolo Soellner

Reviews:   Chronicles Of Chaos 

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