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The term "FURYU" translates roughly to "elegant" in modern Japanese and was used in the poems of the late Heian period (Japan, 794-1185) to represent an aristocratic and nostalgic perspective of life; literally meaning "flowing wind and water".

FURYU, the band, was initially formed by Zappoli MICHELE (bass) and Matteo MIGLIORI (guitar/vocals) in Bologna Italy in 2000 but it took almost a decade and several lineup changes for FURYU to become a proper band. After several musical styles shifts, the band finally hit it off in mid 2009 when the drummer Riccardo GRECHI and the sampler Damiano STORELLI came aboard and the members began writing, recording and producing their first full length album.

The album "Ciņ Che l'Anima Non Dice" was released in 2011 and features a concept that circles around moods, feelings and human emotions. The synthetic phrases that characterize each song title is intended to narrate the experiences of the protagonist in his own journey. The idea was to create an ambitious album that would be taken as an artistic statement that could have an international bearing to it.

FURYU is primerally an experimental metal act but the band members have mentioned their concern for the limitations of the experimental progressive labeling. A work of art is precisely just that and therefore is difficult to categorize in any metal/rock context. However, the band have mentioned their ambition to create exciting, catchy and technical music while still keeping things pretty fresh and never boring or tiresome. This was possible primarily thanks to the different preferences and musical tastes of the band members.

The band's music features many sounds and styles with the reoccurring theme of instrumental progressive metal being the rope that tights it all into a neat package that will definitely be enjoyed by the fans of the genre.

Biography by Rune2000

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 Cio Che l'Anima Non Dice by FURYU album cover Studio Album, 2011
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Cio Che l'Anima Non Dice
Furyu Progressive Metal

Review by Pieromcdo

5 stars A other outstanding Italian record But this time in Prog Metal WOW the composition is pure Italian but on They Heavy side This is truly wild extremely Progressive Changing every 5 seconds in harmony and very good There are 2 other rating Five So for Shure am not alone this time ( looking for music [email protected] ) this is fast and furious metal very well organise no trash here (that's were they loose me in trash )beautiful mix of instrument like they Italian rely no how to do This is a must have and listen I hope this is just an appetizer ,short album ,and they come back with more of this WOW
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