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HIPERBOREA, an Italian Progressive Rock/Metal Band formed in 2014 by: Andrea MiICCOLI (singer, Synth), Valentin DRAGOI (Guitar), Vincenzo ANNUNZIATA (Drums), Maicol BEGGI (Bass). The intent of the band is to experiment with sounds and music moods, trying to find new way to tell stories and emotions.

The group started out trying to keep an open mind, not feeling the need to be classified in one very particular genre at all costs, but rather trying to find their own style. It wasn't an easy task given that the four members have different musical backgrounds and tastes.
All of these concepts came to life in October 2016 with Enigmagination their first album.The music is Progressive Metal with influences from bands such as TOOL and SYSTEM OF DOWN.


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