The Bitter End

The Bitter End

The Bitter End

Punk, Metal, Hardcore
From: Noci (Bari), Italy

Band Members

  • Giuseppe Liuzzi - Vocals, guitars
  • Livio Ghilardi - Bass
  • Ambrogio Locardo - Drums, vocals

About Band

Donato Silvestri (guitars), Livio Ghilardi (bass) and Ambrogio Locardo (drums) founded THE BITTER END at the beginining of september 2005.
Donato and Ambrogio previously played in a punk/grunge cover band called Forbidden Date. For Livio it is his first group.
After two weeks of rehearsals, Giuseppe Liuzzi (vocals) joined the band.
The purpose of the band was and still is to play a mix of metal and punk (the genres they love) being original (very difficult thing today).
Their name comes from Sum-41's "The Bitter End".
THE BITTER END played live for the first time on the 23rd of December 2005, at High School "Laterza" in Putignano (BA). In the setlist there were songs by Offspring, Blink-182, Green Day, Sum-41 and a special punk version of "Jingle Bells".
At the beginning of 2006 the band composed its first song, called "Metal Punk". With their song, the band got the 14th place in an all-genre musical contest named "Giovani Note". The track was also released on a compilation sold all over Italy.
After other shows, Giuseppe started playing rhythm-guitars in the band.
After their gig at AlbaLumen in Noci (BA), the band stopped playing for a while. This break lasted 5 months: Giuseppe and Livio played acoustic sets for parties,  Ambrogio and Donato reunited with their former band, Forbidden Date.
Due to musical and personal differences, Donato left the band in early 2007. The band searched a new guitarist, but then decided to continue as a trio without a second guitar.
After a few shows, at the beginning of January 2008 the band entered a recording studio with Giuseppe Schinaia and recorded its first demo, called "Converge All Scars".

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