White Skull – Wikipedia


Italian power/heavy metal band

White Skull

White Skull performing a show at Milan in 2008.

White Skull performing a show at Milan in 2008.
Origin Vicenza, Veneto, Italy[1]
Genres Power metal, heavy metal
Years active 1988–present[2]
Labels Dragonheart Records
Members Tony « Mad » Fontò
Alex Mantiero
Federica « Sister » de Boni
Jo Raddi
Danilo Bar
Past members Gustavo « Gus » Gabarrò
Nick Savio
Fabio Pozzato
Fabio Manfroi
Elisa « Over » De Palma
Steve Balocco
Alessio Lucatti

White Skull is an Italian power/heavy metal band formed in 1988.[3]
They became known in America with their 1999 release Tales from the North.[4]

Band members[edit]

The line-up of the band didn’t change until 2001, when female lead singer Federica de Boni left the band, with Gustavo Gabarro becoming the new singer. Two years later, other original members Fabio Pozzato and Massimo Faccio left the band as well. In 2006 Elisa de Palma became the new singer, with the band becoming female-fronted once again. In 2010, de Boni came back in the band.

Current members

  • Tony « Mad » Fontó – guitar (1988–present)
  • Alex Mantiero – drums (1988–present)
  • Federica « Sister » de Boni – lead vocals (1988-2001, 2010–present)
  • Valentino Francavilla – guitar (2019–present)
  • Gio Raddi – bass (2007–present)

Former members

  • Fabio Pozzato – bass (1988-2003)
  • Massimo « Max » Faccio – guitar (1988-2003)
  • Gustavo « Gus » Gabarro – lead vocals (2001-2006)
  • Stefano « Steve Bone » Balocco – bass (2001-2007)
  • Elisa « Over » de Palma – lead vocals (2006-2010)
  • Alessio « Tom » Lucatti – keyboards (2007-2010)
  • Danilo Bar – guitar (2003-2019)

Albums[edit]

  • 1995 – I Won’t Burn Alone
  • 1997 – Embittered
  • 1999 – Asgard (EP)
  • 1999 – Tales from the North
  • 2000 – Public Glory, Secret Agony
  • 2002 – The Dark Age
  • 2004 – The XIII Skull
  • 2006 – The Ring Of The Ancients
  • 2009 – Forever Fight
  • 2012 – Under This Flag
  • 2017 – Will Of The Strong

EP[edit]

Demo[edit]

  • 1991 – White Skull
  • 1992 – Save the Planet

References[edit]

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