Review Fix Exclusive: V²’s Vincenzo Talks ‘The Beginning’ And More

Review Fix chats with drummer Vincenzo from V² to find out about the band’s creative process for their recently released album, “The Beginning,” as well as their musical inspirations and goals for the future. Consisting of Vittorio and his twin brother Vincenzo, the band packs an awesome classic rock punch.

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Finding inspiration from fellow brother bandmates like Angus and Malcolm Young of AC/DC and Eddie and Alex Van Halen of Van Halen, V² are putting their own best collective hard-rocking foot forward with V²: THE BEGINNING, a collection of electrifying original material that champions the very spirit of rock (“Long Live Rock and Roll”), not to mention sharing a touch of the blues (“The First Time I Ever Tried”) and a mutual love of cars (“She’s My ’57 Chevy,” “’59 Caddy”).

V²: THE BEGINNING was produced by Ron Nevison, who’s engineered and produced albums for Led Zeppelin, The Who, Bad Company, Heart, KISS, and Damn Yankees (to name but a few). “This is one of the best albums I’ve ever produced,” Nevison declares — high praise indeed. “It was an honor to work with someone like Ron Nevison,” says Vincenzo, who adds, “Having fun and keeping rock alive is what it’s all about.” Observes Vittorio, “We want you to hear our music at its best, and V²: THE BEGINNING is a good place to start.”

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