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MIC BOOK

ITA

M.i.C. Rock Festival è anche M.i.C. Book, volume di 128 pagine in italiano ed inglese che rievoca il concerto realizzato il 4 agosto 2018 nell’Open Air Theatre di Villapiana, in provincia di Cosenza, dove hanno partecipato Lacuna Coil, Joe Stump’s Tower of Babel, Elegy of Madness, Break Me Down, Lost Reality e Il Genere.
M.i.C. Book non è solo rock/metal, ma anche storia antica della musica, mitologia, archeologia, poesia e folklore; infatti, contiene  foto, oltre a quelle dello spettacolo del M.i.C., raffiguranti siti e reperti archeologici della Magna Grecia, monumenti medievali e paesaggi evocativi della Regione Calabria. E’ impreziosito dallo storyboard “Horns Up!” realizzato da fumettisti della Scuola Romana dei Fumetti che illustra la cultura del gesto delle corna, simbolo identificativo della musica metal la cui paternità è attribuita a Ronnie James Dio.
M.i.C. Book è stato realizzato dall’associazione no profit Apollo‘n’Arts, basato su un'idea di
Salvatore Azzolino Fernández.

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M.i.C. Rock Festival is also M.i.C. Book, a 128-page volume in Italian and English that
recalls the concert held on 4 August 2018 in the Open Air Theater of Villapiana, in the
province of Cosenza (Italy), featuring Lacuna Coil, Joe Stump’s Tower of Babel, Elegy of
Madness, Break Me Down, Lost Reality, and Il Genere.
M.i.C. Book is not only rock/metal, but also an ancient history of music, mythology,
archeology, poetry and folklore; in fact, it contains many photos, in addition to those of the M.i.C. Rock Festival concert, depicting archaeological sites and finds of Magna Graecia,
medieval monuments and evocative landscapes of the Calabria Region. It is embellished
with the "Horns Up!" made by cartoonists of the Roman School of Comics that illustrates
the culture of the gesture of the horns, an identifying symbol of metal music whose
authorship is attributed to Ronnie James Dio.
M.i.C. Book was created by the non-profit association Apollo'n'Arts, based on an idea by
Salvatore Azzolino Fernández.

 

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