Verdena trace their history back to 1995 thanks to Alberto Ferrari (vocals, guitar), his brother Luca (drums) and Roberta Sammarelli. In September 1999 their debut album, Valvonauta, produced by Giorgio Canali, was released and inaugurated the record deal with Black Out / Universal. In 2001 the EP Spaceman was released, followed by the second album Solo un grande sasso, recorded in Mauro Pagani’s Studio Next and produced by Manuel Agnelli. The tour lasted until the end of 2002. At the beginning of 2004 the third album, Il suicidio dei samurai was released, anticipated by the EP Luna. In 2007 Verdena released their fourth album, Requiem, which like the previous one was also released in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, France and Spain. In June 2007 the EP Caños wase released, which marked a change in sound: the electronic influences became a significant part of the music. The band’s fifth album, Wow, was released in January 2011 and certified gold, while the vinyl debuted second on the album chart. In April 2011 Universal released Verdena – 7EP Limited Edition, a collection of 7 EPs released by the band between 1999 and 2007. In 2015, what is still their latest album, split into two volumes, Endkadenz Vol. 1 and Endkadenz Vol. 2, was released. After presenting it with a very successful tour, Verdena in 2016 continued their concerts with a series of dates in Europe. In September 2016 an EP was released in collaboration with Iosonouncane, called Split. In January 2022 the band released Latin America – music inspired by the film, a collection of instrumental tracks composed and orchestrated for the soundtrack of the homonymous film by the D’Innocenzo brothers and nominated for the recent David di Donatello. iN 2022 they had a tour of 16 dates, 14 of which were sold out.