Dario’s new record is a powerful show of songwriting infused with shred guitar, vintage modern influence, and a richly musical band consisting of long time musical partner Dan DC Conway (Drums), fellow Black Label Society band mates John JD DeServio (Bass) and Jeff Fabb (Drums), former Lizzy Borden band mate Marten Andersson (Bass), and features a song with guitarist Phil Campbell (Motorhead/Phil Campbell and The Bastard Sons). Engineered and mixed by Fred Archambault, known for his work with Alice Cooper and Avenged Sevenfold, among others. This record is a sheer embodiment of this high caliber guitarists vast skill set.
“Death Grip Tribulations makes it clear that Dario Lorina has become a force to be reckoned with, as at twenty seven years of age he draws from experience far beyond his years, creating a collection of songs built on forceful rhythms, strong melodies and an arsenal of advanced guitar chops.” -Mike Varney, Shrapnel Label Group
Metal guitar young blood, Dario Lorina began his professional career in 2006 at age 16 as the touring guitarist with the late Jani Lane (ex-Warrant). At age 19, he joined veteran metal act Lizzy Borden whom he toured with for 4 years. Dario released his first instrumental record on Shrapnel Records in September of 2013. January 1st, 2014 he joined Black Label Society and has since been touring worldwide with BLS and Zakk Wylde, performing on both guitar and keys, most recently on Zakk Wylde's latest Book of Shadows II tour.
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Photography by Dustin Jack
Dario Lorina’s debut solo CD reveals a guitarist brimming with extreme musical ability. This guitarist brings more diverse influences into play than the average neo-classical riff monger. While technically proficient like all of the label’s guitar instrumental- ists, Dario’s CD isn’t just about shredding. It’s an American guitar instrumental album having more in common with riffs reminiscent of Paul Gilbert George Lynch and Van Halen than the European influence of guitarists such as Yngwie Malmsteen.
Dario’s debut CD is a powerful all-instrumental CD drenched in attitude-filled guitar work, backed by a thundering hard rock rhythm section.