Make it long’n fast
This time its not “Mother I’d Like to Fuck” we are talking about, but the Hard Rock band from Florence called “Make It Long ‘n Fast”.
In 2010 M.I.L.F.’s story begins as a fresh and exciting project, involving a mix of Hard Rock, Glam-Metal and Punk music!
As their creative music became recognised, they performed in increasingly widespread places such as Honky Tonky, Legend club and Rock ‘n’ Roll in Milan, Officine Sonore in Vercelli, Bologna, Genova and many other clubs in Tuscany, opening for acts like Punkreas and their audiences began to grow. At their live shows they usually play some covers from bands which have influenced them such as AC/DC,Queen , Motley Crue, Aerosmith, Guns ‘n’ Roses, Cult, Dead Daisies, Kiss and many more.
In 2016 they signed their first record contract with Buil2Kill records and Jack Rock agency, releasing their first album titled “More than You”, acclaimed by the public and critics.
After some lineup changes, the band consists of Simone Galli (lead vocals), Zip Faster (lead guitar, backing vocals), Ciccio (rhythm guitar, acustic guitar, backing vocals), Andrea Devoti (bass) and Alex Melani (drums).
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This is what’s going on!
MORE THAN YOU
After so many months, tears, alcohol and even some blasphemy (just a little) our work is here! its name is MORE THAN YOU “first of is name, mother of”….whatever. It has been recorded at Musikalmente in Florence by the Master Ben Frassinelli (Tears for Fears, Pearl Jam, Metallica, Litfiba, Negrita) and Mastered by legendary Tommy Bianchi at WHITE SOUND MASTERING STUDIO (Elio e le Storie Tese, Marlene Kuntz, Giorgio Moroder).
LET’S ROLL! – EP
The E.P. was released in November, 2012 and it was recorded at Studio Emme, Calenzano (FI). It’s name, “Let’s Roll”, was perfectly right ‘cause we exactly rolled into a new situation where we immedialty wanted to be at the top!
Let’s Roll was mostly appreciated by the listeners and they gave us the force and will to move on and pursue our projects. With “Let’s Roll” the band wants to thank Luke (ex rhythmic guitarist) for the amazing moments we spent together! You are the bad ass rockest brother we have ever had.