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Italian guitarist plays Slayer to neighbors during quarantine

The quarantine period, due to the significant increase in coronavirus is happening now in Italy, the epicenter of the disease in Europe. An the Italian Enrico Monti, guitarist of a death metal band, called Skulld decided to play Slayer during this period. He made the “show” playing “Raining Blood” while the neighbor, an elderly woman observes him, somewhat uneasy about the situation.


Italy is the country hardest hit by COVID-19. Second only to China, the nation where the disease started. Having to undergo a strict and necessary quarantine to reduce the thousands of confirmed cases in the European country.

Watch Italian guitarist playing Slayer during quarantine:

Andrà tutto male. Ma il chiosco dell'Ines ha mantenuto il servizio a domicilio e allora le ho voluto fare un serenata d'amore per ringraziarla.#bertinoro #romagna #coronavirus #ines #piadina #slayer #metal #frikkettonidimerda

Posted by Enrico Monti on Friday, March 13, 2020


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