Bohémien returned on the stage in 2002 when Alex Buccini (voice), Luciano Liberatore (guitar) and Walter Vincenti (drums), three of the members of the original line up, decided to relive the band that originally existed between 1985 and 1987, recruiting in the project Giovanni Staccone (bass guitar) and Stefania Minutaglio (keyboards), later replaced by Alessandra Romeo. 1985-87: Having formed the band in 1985, they publish the demotape “Sangue e Arena” in december of the same year. After their live debut at the Piper, historical club in the center of Roma, they play numerous gigs all around Italy and disband in 1987. 2002 -: 15 years later, in 2002, Bohémién get back together keeping intact the roots of their deathrock/gothic sound characterized by its italian lyrics. After some gigs, in 2003, they publish the CD “Danze Pagane” (ITNT). Later the song “Eclissi (dell’ anima)” is included in the compilation “Pagan Love Songs” (Alice In/Dark Dimensions). In october 2005 they publish the EP “La Parata del Circo” (ITNT) and play in New York City 2 gigs during the third edition of the Drop Dead Festival. In september 2006, six months after Walter’s tragic death, they appear with the current line up at DDF IV In NYC and at Die Wunderkur Festival in Bologna. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.