The TREZERO project was born in 2003 by three artists from Modena, who for years have worked as musicians, producers and arrangers. Friendship and personal and artistic mutual respect made union inevitable. Despite having different artistic influences, they have been able to share their experiences and fuse personal tastes. The mix between DARK and ROCK of the 80s with the AMBIENT, TRIP-HOP and DUB music combined with a refined melodic lyric typical of the singer-songwriters of the 70s are the ingredients of a common recipe that satisfies each one. An artistic vision that at that time was probably outside the usual musical canons of the surrounding environment.
Giorgio Parmigiani began his bassist career in 1986 on the album "Tantra" with the band THELEMA, a group with PUNK and DARK influences. This experience continued uninterrupted until 1996, playing in clubs across Europe and releasing a dozen albums and singles to date. He was also a member of the Gothic rock band ANUBI in the years 1992 - 93, coinciding with Claudio Cavani. Subsequently he began his artistic work as an arranger and remixer under the pseudonym of Muthant collaborating in various projects from the dub genre to trance music.
Claudio Cavani, guitarist, began to move among the various rock groups in the area with 18 years, but his real debut was in 1987 on the album "Notte" with the band ANUBI, the group created the year before by Fabri Bucciarelli after having loose his punk band STIGMATHE.
He left his job as an employee in a musical instrument shop to work as a sound engineer as a freelancer. After a couple of years, in 1993 he convinced Giorgio Parmigiani (and then Federico Gavioli in 1994) to create "Pandemonium Recording Studio" in which he produced the album "Perfect World" of the indie rock group MOSSA of which he was a member.
Armando Manzini histrionic singer of the famous cover band SKYWARDS of Maranello debuted as an author in 1994 with the album "Segnali di fuoco" of the pop-rock group FUOCO of which he was the lider and singer.
The year before the guitarist left the group and Claudio was proposed as a substitute.
From that moment the mutual esteem generated an uninterrupted collaboration that matured in the birth of the subsequent MOSSA and TREZERO projects.
His own training and passion for art led him to write both for musical and theatrical groups where he was able to express his talent as an author, actor and director.