News published Monday, August 13, 2018

DYSNOMIA’s guitarist, FABRICIO PEREIRA, recently released his first solo album on digital platforms.

Under the title of ‘Death Row’, the album features seven tracks that go through the musician’s endless range of influences: Paul Gilbert, Yngwie Malmsteen, Vinnie Moore, Tony Macalpani, Jeff Loomis, Marty Friedman, Adam José Rocha (Doa), Ulisses Daniel Miyazawa, Cleber Shimu, Christian MacCarthy, Neal Schon, Brad Fiedel, Steve Lukather, Van Halen, Depp Purple, Mr. Big, Rainbow and Toto.

The recordings of ‘Death Row’ began in March 2016, at Nova Estudio, in Araraquara, with Gabriel do Vale. With the producer, the guitarist also created the program Live Session, where he already played his two first author compositions, ‘Symphony of Sobibor’ and ‘Block 10’. FABRICIO was accompanied by the talented musicians Érik Robert (also companion in Dysnomia) on drums and Edgard Neto on bass. The art of the disc was in the hands of Manu Mandelli.

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The album is also available on YouTube, but on this channel, received a different artistic treatment by the hands of musician and designer Wanderley Perna. It’s worth checking out:

FABRÍCIO PEREIRA graduated in ‘fusion specialization’ at the Institute of Guitar and Technology [IG&T] in São Paulo, where he took classes with Christian McCharthy and Mozart Mello. Still in the city of São Paulo, he also studied at the Souza Lima Conservatory with Ulysses Daniel Miyazawa. Fabricio organizes clinics and workshops always focusing on instrumental music.

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