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David Folchitto was born in Rome 23/05/1978. He starts playing drums in 1995 making experiences wit a lot of bands during the school period. He goes on playing with local underground bands revealing a great use of double pedal, especially about the skill (his inspirations are drummers like [a=Jörg Michael] e [a=Dave Lombardo]). After some years dedicated to studies and concerts David recorded his first demotape: it's 1998 and David played 4 tracks for an one man band called [b][i]Satanic Terrorist[/i][/b], [a=Aborym]'s guitar player black metal side-project. At the end of the same year David starts playing with [a=Stormlord], and together with them he recorded 3 full lenght and a mini-cd. With this band David plays a lot of concerts around Italy and Europe and he’s on the road 2 times for european tours near bands like [a256359], [a=Graveworm] and [a=Mystic Circle]. During the following years David continues his studies with [b][i]Pierpaolo Ferroni[/i][/b] (his teacher) and joins other bands too: [a=Kaledon] (3 full lenght albums recorded with this band), [b][i]Southern Cross[/i][/b], (official [a=Stratovarius] italian coverband), [b][i]Riot Act[/i][/b] ([a=Skid Row] coverband), [b][i]Concept[/i][/b] (2 full-length albums), [b][i]The Outbreak[/i][/b] (Side project of members of [a=Stormlord] and [b][i]Beholder[/i][/b]). During this period he recorded the song [b][i]"Glory Of Metal.it"[/i][/b] (hymn of the website [url=http://www.metal.it]www.metal.it[/url]) and played live supporting [a=Atrocity], [a=Sacred Steel], [a=Domine], [a=Vision Divine], [a=Destruction], [a=Vicious Rumors], [a=Tony Martin]. He also plays with [b][i]Prophilax[/i][/b], the greatest roman band, in substitution of his teacher [b][i]Pierpaolo Ferroni[/i][/b]. He totally played more than 150 concerts and important metal festivals like [b][i]"Summer Day In Hell"[/i][/b] (in 2003 supporting [a=Blind Guardian], [a=Opeth], [a=Type O Negative], [a=Lacuna Coil], [a368784], [a=Prong], [a=Extrema]), [b][i]"Un Dia Da Leones"[/i][/b] (in 2002 supporting [a=Soulfly] and [a=Arch Enemy]) and [b][i]"Gods Of Metal 2004"[/i][/b] (supporting [a=Alice Cooper], [a137126], [a=Twisted Sister], [a267066], [a=Stratovarius], [a=Sodom], [a=Symphony X], [a=Judas Priest], [a=Nevermore], [a=Rage], [a=Anathema]).