Witness NANOWAR OF STEEL’s guide to tax evasion with “Sulle Aliquote Della Libertà”!


Have you ever wondered how to avoid paying taxes while actually getting away with it? Well, you’re in luck! NANOWAR OF STEEL are here to teach you about the art of tax fraud! Not only is “Sulle Aliquote della Libertà” a joyful and upbeat tune that will make you move right from the start, but it’s also filled with loads of sage advice to prepare you for your next tax fraud experience!

NANOWAR OF STEEL on the song:

“Sulle Aliquote della Libertà” (AKA On the Tax Rates of Freedom) is a song about Italy’s national hobby, tax evasion. It tells the story of two accountants, a story that takes place in Berlusconi’s home region in the North on a Pizzica-style kind of music (typical of the southern region of Puglia), to properly pay tribute to a practice that characterizes our peninsula in full. Listen to the song and learn the ancient art of not paying money to the State with NANOWAR OF STEEL!“

Parody metal powerhouse NANOWAR OF STEEL turns to the musical roots of their homeland, bringing heavy new life to traditional Italian music on their new album Italian Folk Metal! Filled with references to Italian folklore, NANOWAR OF STEEL puts its own comedic metal twist on the various traditional sounds of their beautiful country. Each song on Italian Folk Metal is performed in a distinct style of Italian folk music: Napoli-based sounds of musica neomelodica clash with melodic guitar sweeps on “Scugnizzi of the Land of Fires” and speedy accordions (prominently known from northern Italy‘s mazurka) are layered with dizzying guitar solos on “La Mazurka del Vecchio che Guarda i Cantieri“. Mixed with the band’s eclectic, comprehensive brand of catchy, comedy-infused metal, Italian Folk Metal is a truly multi-faceted listening experience and a deep dive into the roots of Italy’s folklore!

Gatto Panceri 666 – Bass
Potowotominimak – Vocals
Mr. Baffo – Vocals
Abdul – Guitar
Uinona Raider – Drums


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