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Nipaluna/Hobart-based alternative-rock trio Verticoli occupies a niche in Australian music shared by few others. Combining unrelenting groove with a passion for heaviness and harmony, the band has forged a raucous alternative rock sound that stands alone across their discography of three EPs and two albums. The passionate three-piece has gigged relentlessly across Australia, and supported iconic Australian bands such as Kingswood, DZ Death Rays, The Delta Riggs, and British India. They have also opened proceedings at the esteemed Falls Festival and were selected by triple j Unearthed to play at Party In The Paddock.

Most recently, Verticoli have revealed their impressively commanding new record 'The Echo' – produced by Jon Grace (Dear Seattle, Dune Rats, Kingswood), engineered by Cameron Hull, and mixed by Forrester Savell (Make Them Suffer, Karnivool, The Butterfly Effect). 

'The Echo' is ten tracks of resolute rock music, searing with intensity and purpose with evocative elements from 2000s influences. Piloted by the inventive riffage of distorted guitars and the traversing vocals of lead singer Sam Hunn, the album's vacillating narrative is conveyed authentically and sensitively throughout its duration. Featuring previous singles 'Hits Of The Summer', 'True Love', 'Sailor' and 'Pride & Legacy', 'The Echo' finds its feet with fluctuating levels of emotion, decorated by the magnitudes of passion and fascination.

Singles from 'The Echo' have received support from Australian radio stations triple j, triple j Unearthed, Edge Radio, 2XX FM, 979FM, Aussie Music Weekly, 4ZZZ, 2RRR, 2SER, Radio Adelaide and The Most FM (NZ). They have also seen online praise from blogs New Noise Magazine (USA), Tone Deaf, Australian Music Scene, AAA Backstage, AU Review, The Music, GC Live, Livewire AU, Milky, HEAVY Mag, Backseat Mafia, and Something You Said.

The band has just completed a 10-date national tour in support of 'The Echo', which is available worldwide now. 

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