Subsonica is an Italian rock band that was formed in 1996 in Turin. Their eponymous debut album was released in the spring of 1997. The band gained significant success in 2000 by playing the Sanremo Music Festival. The first two singles from the album Microchip emozionale, "Tutti i miei sbagli" ("All my mistakes") and "Discolabirinto" ("Discolabyrinth") were hits.
In their career, they have produced 7 studio albums and sold nearly around 400,000 CDs.
Their latest studio album, Una Nave in una Foresta, was released in September 2014.
Samuel Umberto Romano (born in Turin on March 7, 1972) - Lead vocals, acoustic guitar,
Massimiliano "C. Max" Casacci (born in Turin on October 11, 1963) - Guitars, backing vocals,
Davide "Boosta" Dileo (born in Turin on September 27, 1974) - Keyboards, piano, programming, backing vocals,
Enrico "Ninja" Matta (born in Turin on September 24, 1971) - Drums, percussions, programming,
Luca "Bass Vicio" Vicini (born in Susa on October 5, 1971) - Bass, guitar,
Pierpaolo "Pierfunk" Peretti Griva (born in Lanzo Torinese on August 29, 1967) - Bass