The 23th december 2015 is the release date of the instrumental oriented album: "Guitar addiction 2".

Marco Iacobini is very happy and proud to have been involved in this great project with a lot of incredible artists. More than 60 musicians. 75 minutes of music.

Many music styles such as Rock, Jazz, Fusion, Metal. All in only one incredible shred album.

You can listen to his guitar solo on the first track: " Take care of her ".

More news, very soon. Stay tuned. The waiting is over.

Thanks a lot to Carvin Guitars, Truetone Pedals, George L's Guitar Cables, Arrel Audio Custom Devices.

At the end of 2013, Marco Iacobini had the chance to be involved in a great project by Ulrich Vormehr for ESC Records. A new tribute album dedicated to one of the most important artist of guitar's world, the amazing Jeff Beck. A project where is possible to listen some of Marco's favorite guitar players ever, like: Michael Thompson, Scott Henderson, Stef Burns and many more.

Marco is very happy and proud of the musical outcome reached and he would like to thank all great musicians that they have shared this experience with him.

Mr. Stefano Sastro for his great phrasing, Mr. Claudio Zanghieri for his granitic groove and Mr. Thomas Lang for his incredible drumming.

It was very funny to work on the classic Jeff beck's track: " The Pump ".

Great song co-written by the incredible Simon Phillips.

For his third release, “The Sky There’ll Always Be” Marco Iacobini enlists an all-star line up of world famous musicians including bassists Tony Levin (Peter Gabriel/King Crimson), Billy Sheehan (Mr. Big/Steve Vai) and Stu Hamm (Joe Satriani); as well as drummers Dave Weckl (Paul Simon/Madonna), Keith Carlock (Steely Dan/James Taylor), Thomas Lang (Asia/stOrk), Mike Terrana (Yngwie Malmsteen/Steve Lukather), Joel Taylor (Allan Holdswoth, Frank Gambale, Bobby Kimball) and Phil Maturano, as well as saxophonists Bill Bergman (Stevie Wonder/Bonnie Raitt) and Carl Verheyen (Supertramp) as well as Grammy Award-nomiee keyboardist Philippe Saisse (David Bowie/Rolling Stones/PSP) among others to capture Iacobini’s unmistakable blend of jazz/funk tinged instrumental rock and showcase his technically masterful guitar playing.