Italian hard rock outfit Verdena matched the Ferrari siblings — singer/guitarist Alberto and drummer Luca — and previous Porno Nuns bassist Roberta Sammarelli. Co-founded in 1996, the group performed its first couple of live schedules as Verbena, swapping consonants upon learning of the U.S. music group of the same name. The next summertime Verdena cut its initial demo tape, offering out the 500-duplicate pressing at live gigs and appealing to the eye of several labels. Upon choosing Black Out/General, the trio started focus on its self-titled 1999 debut, getting radio airplay via the debut one, “Valvonauta.” Single un Grande Sasso implemented two years afterwards, pairing Verdena with manufacturer Mauro Pagani. After founding their very own studio room, Henhouse, the music group self-produced its third LP, 2004’s Il Suicidio dei Samurai. A HIGH Ten strike in Italy, the recording demonstrated a smash throughout a lot of European countries and led to a global tour alongside Dredg and Oceansize. Requiem adopted in 2007.