DANGER ZONE debuts in 1984 with the EP "Victim of Time" (6th in Kerrang Import chart). They were later published in 1986 on the Durium compilation "Metalmaniacs" where they appeared together with
Vanadium and most of the well renewed current Italian Hard Rock bands.
In the late 80s DANGER ZONE entered the studio under the executive production of Francesco Sanavio and Stephan Galphas (Stryper, China, Meat Loaf), together with Jody Gray (EZO, China) and Mark Cobrin (EZO, P. Simon) to release that album, mixed at Quad Studios in New York, which unfortunately was not published due to legal problems at the times.
Lately, thanks to several positive events including the involvement of frontman Giacomo "Giga" Gigantelli to the "Guitar World 2010" in Bologna, which has seen him share the stage with George Lynch, Glenn Hughes and many other well-known names in the international rock scene, Roberto, Giacomo and Paolo though it was the right time to regroup DANGER ZONE, to give birth to their prestigious work "Line Of Fire" and start planning a new release in the next future.