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STEELAWAKE Debut Self Titled Album Sliptrick Records Review By Mindy Stevenson, Journalist Boston Rock Radio


Debut Self Titled Album

Sliptrick Records

Review By Mindy Stevenson, Journalist

Boston Rock Radio



I believe it was Kurt Cobain that said, “Music is energy. A mood, atmosphere, feeling.” It always felt like that man poured his heart out all over the floor. Sometimes to the point where you were almost sick with empathy (or at least I was). Emotions are such a daunting thing sometimes and yet we all love feeling of a song that brings us to that level.


I want to say that most musicians’ goal is to bring us to that level and STEELAWAKE is no different. These four lovely humans from Italy are looking to hijack your feelings and plug you right into theirs.


This appropriately named self titled debut album by STEELAWAKE is a delightful river ride of emotional grittiness that is likely to either make you cringe or lean in. They are a band with inspirations including: Papa Roach, Seether, Taproot, Skillet, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and more. Their sound is much like a hard 4ock and nu metal grunge with modern vocals.


The four band mates harmonize quite well. Matteo Piacenti (Lead Singer/Guitar) and Daline Diwald (Vocals/Guitar) sing as though they have known each other their whole lives. Matteo’s raspy and rough voice pays homage to his grungy past while Daline’s beautifully fair vocals rounds off the sound angelically. Along with these charming vocals comes both Stefano Guandalini on bass (also backing vocals) and Piero Impalli on drums bringing in the rhythm and sound that fits perfectly in the soulful quartet.


STEELAWAKE brings us on a journey with them and that journey would be awesome live. My hope is that you are able to see them live. I am not a betting woman but I am betting they bring a lot of soul to the stage. I would personally love to see them perform.


Curious? Go check them out!





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