The Last Vinci is Alex Vinci; a heavy rock melodic artist from Cork, Ireland, formed on 2011 after Alex moved to Ireland with his family. He released his debut Album “THE LAST VINCI” on November 2014, supported by his former band Satellite/Testadimorto. Releasing singles and Videos like “FOLLOW YOUR ORDER” (reaching more thank 10k views on the first 2 months from the release) “FREE FROM YOURSELF” and “NO PLACE TO HIDE” that was part of “The Last Vinci – Live from the Studio”, a full live performance recorded @ Station Studios, Dublin, after an extensive tour supporting the Album release around Ireland, italy, Uk, Switzerland, Latvia and Lithuania. Alex is also part of the alternative/stoner-rock power duo ORDER OF THE MESS, well known for their heavy, chaotic and punishing low frequencies performance, releasing on June 16th 2018 their debut album “To Rock, Life, Love”, followed by an intense Summer Tour including SEA SESSION Festival 2018 (playing on the main stage as winner of the unsigned contest), TOWNLANDS CARNIVAL 2018, ITALIAN FUSION FESTIVAL 2018, ARCADIAN FIELDS and INDIEPENDENCE FESTIVAL. Anticipated by the single and video of “Nemesis” out on May 7th, The Last Vinci is now set to return during 2019 with a new EP “The World, Enda Kenny, the Devil, the Vegans and all the Millennials shit”, out on September 27th 2019 (Narrow Door Records) introduced by the new single and video of “Narrow Door” out on September 24th, followed by and extensive tour around Ireland, UK and Italy.
WCIP are Kieran Hayes (Vocals/Drums) Ciaran Culhane (Guitar/Moustache) and Kieran J. Sims (Bass/Vocals). They play loud music and have beards.
Formed in January 2010, they started gigging three days after their first practice, recorded their debut album three weeks later and took to every corner of the country to hone their energetic, high flying live show. They have played with the likes of Frank Turner, Tubelord, Throats, Maybeshewill and many other bands that they like to associate themselves with.
‘Before The Chains’ is a 32 minute long album that was produced for €600. The album deals with major sociological issues such as Die Hard, the shark from Jaws, blood and the effects of gangland crime on a modern urban landscape. It was released in late 2010 to absolutely no acclaim, by no record label, to a very limited amount of friends and family who pretend to care.
2011 will see the band escape from the confines of institutional education in a bid to take over the roads and live life as a fulltime (homeless) band.
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