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Bella Morte is a gothic band featuring elements of metal, punk, darkwave, death rock, industrial, and synthpop. Formed in 1996 in Charlottesville, Virginia, the band?s name is Italian meaning ?beautiful death?.
The Bella Mortet is currently signed to Metropolis Records. In early Fall of 2006, Metropolis Records confirmed that Bella Morte had reached number one on the company?s Preorder sales list with their new album Bleed the Grey Sky Black.
Bella Morte has gained a strong following in the underground music scene via word-of-mouth. Their still-growing street team, lovingly called ?The Fallen? has expanded the fan-base of the band. Bella Morte was formed in 1996 by Andy Deane and Gopal Metro, based out of Charlottesville, Virginia.
That same year the duo churned out a cassette only EP titled Remorse. Remorse would quickly go out of print. In 1997, the young band would go on to win the Virginia Battle of the Bands and use the proceeds to record their first full-length album, Remains.
The debut album, Remains, was recorded at the Sound of Music in Richmond, Virginia. This full-length album included re-recorded versions of five tracks off of their 1996 release. Two years followed and the group came up with second album, entitled Where Shadows Lie.
Released in 1999, the album featured two tracks with Ben Whitlow on guitar. 2001 was another big year for them. Howitzer Records released the band?s Death Rock EP on vinyl.
Bella Morte?s Death Rock EP featured four previously unreleased tracks, and was limited to 300 copies. The group also hit the road during that year with the Cruxshadows for a staggering 53 date US tour.
Shortly afterwards in 2002, they re-released their first two albums and their first EP on their own independent record label. Bella Morte gained the attention of Metropolis Records. The label released their album called The Quiet, in November of 2002.
Besides releasing albums and touring, Bella Morte appeared as zombies in the graphic novel ?The Abandoned? by Ross Campbell. Andy Deane appeared on The Montel Williams Show in June 1999.
The band also showed its appearance in the autobiography My Pet Virus, written by Shawn Decker. They wrote lyrics for the ?Wet Moon? graphic novels by Ross Campbell.
?As the Reasons Die? was their next creation, blended heavy guitars and dark synth lines to create something entirely their own. Displaying over 49 minutes of the most energetic, the album produced daring music to hit record-store shelves in a long time.
The As the Reasons Die brought many different sides of Bella Morte?s sound to the surface. Four months after the release, Bella Morte prepared Songs for an EP nostalgic of 80s punk and death rock.
The guitar fueled EP, the Dead, featured plenty of fist pounding chants and fast paced drum beats reminiscent of a sound. The music proved triumphant amidst the monotonous wasteland of present day pop punk.
Featuring elements of punk, rock and dark electronics, Bella Morte returned in 2006 with their yet another hit album titled ?Bleed The Grey Sky Black?. Tracks like Torn, The End Ahead, and As the Storm Unfolds offered up high energy which gave no time to reflect.
Bella Morte has come up with their newest offering, Beautiful Death. The album exhibits how the band has truly come into its own. The album mixes dark driving rock anthems with electronic sequences to create a one-of-a-kind listening experience.