This Friday’s Guest DJs: DANGER ZONE

Danger Zone

When Roberto Priori (guitars) started the Italian band DANGER ZONE in the early ’80s a long hard road lay ahead of them. After various demos and lineup changes, they released the LP Victim Of Time (1984). The aim was to break the US market which happened as well. In 1989 Line Of Fire was recorded, but never released until 2011, a year later after the band’s reunion. Undying (2012) flollowed to mark the second active era of the band and Closer To Heaven was released in 2016 .

With current lineup consisting of Giacomo Gigantelli (vocals), Roberto Priori (lead guitars), Paolo Palmieri (drums),  Matteo Minghetti (bass), Danilo Faggiolino (guitars) and Pier Mazzini (piano & keyboards) the newest Don’t Count On Heroes album sees the light of day this year.

DANGER ZONE’s Giacomo Gigantelli hosts this week’s Guest DJ Show. Check it out!

Tune in at 15:00 and 21:00 CET/ 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. EST this Friday to hear the show!

While you wait check out the official  video for “Demon Or Saint”:


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