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Brisbane, Queensland, Australia | INDIE

Brisbane, Queensland, Australia | INDIE
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“Self Titled” EP 2007
“Promise” EP 2009
“Shapes To Fall” single 2010
"The Stone" Single October 2011 - MGM Distribution
"Long Way Home" EP March 9 2012 - MGM Distribution



Epidemic...Over (E...O) are a passionate, hits-you-right-in-the-heart alternative rock band from Queensland, Australia - soaring vocals to sing along with, a rhythm section to die for and delay-drenched and distorted guitar riffs to lose yourself in make them an unquestionably formidable sonic force to be reckoned with.

These are the parts that should give you the measurement of their shows and recordings - equal parts talent, ambition and passion. Epidemic...Over welcomes you to their sound and join their family.

When you break it down, Epidemic...Over are all about family - not only are there cousins in the band - Matthew Green (Drums) and Scott Rogers (Bass), they are four brothers in music who bring everything to the table. They are all friends who grew up together in Tannum Sands.
E...O's commitment to quality rock songs with solid rock guitar grooves, driving rhythm section and soaring vocals has seen them share the stage with Australia's best alternative acts: The Butterfly Effect, Birds of Tokyo, Dead Letter Circus, Floating Me, Gyroscope, Shihad, British India - the list goes on.

E...O was featured on Blunt Magazine’s cover CD in May 2010 and an Australian iTunes U Promo Sampler (well over 20000 downloads) and Coconet Classic Kite-surfing DVDs, promoting the largest Kite-Surfing meet in the Southern Hemisphere.

Now on to their 3rd EP release, titled Long Way Home, due in early 2012, they are seasoned tourers and well-loved act, with over 40000kms clocked up in the tour van, 2100 fans on Facebook and a loyal army of fans at live shows. Epidemic...Over has toured extensively from Townsville to Sydney a number of times to always-welcoming fans.

First single The Stone - produced by Melodyssey guitarist, Clint Vincent - has had it's digital-only single release (iTunes, Bandcamp and other digital retailers) in October 2011 and has them on the road again covering QLD, NSW and VIC on a run of club shows from October through early December.

The Stone has featured on the Austereo's Landed Music program for a number of weeks running after it's release and the filmclip will debut in December on Channel Ten's My Landed Music program. The track debuted at just inside number 100 most purchased on the iTunes Australia Rock singles chart and number 41 on the Triple J Unearthed Rock chart.

The EP was recorded in Karibu studios in Central Queensland - a studio literally called 'Welcome' in Swahili tongue, which was a converted Queenslander homestead - over a month-long stay in a century-plus-old mining town named Mount Morgan. While there, the Epidemic...Over quartet were made to feel welcome in the small community at the local pubs and fishing and camping spots. This relaxed atmosphere and careful construction of the final tracks has produced the band's most triumphant and mature recordings, ready to welcome new fans and old alike into the Epidemic...Over family.

"Epidemic…Over opens the night with an explosive thirty minutes. The Queensland four piece engage the arriving crowd in an exciting performance with highlights including new tracks Better Than You and Shapes to Fall. Energetic front man Nathan Bedford’s soaring vocals work well over a strong, versatile guitar and rhythm section to start the night off with a bang." - Michelle O'Rance, FasterLouder

“They (Epidemic...Over) can turn their aggressive rock sound into an intimate acoustic section in an instant. Everybody’s Closer is very well written, with a strong vocal line to boot, while Reap What You Sow will definitely get your blood pumping. Twenty-one Minutes will more than likely catch you off-guard. Its acoustic guitar line is a change from the EP’s other tracks, but is welcome and shows that Epidemic...Over have more depth then you may have previously thought. Keep an ear out for these guys, they are worthy of a listen.” - Brad Cameron, Rave Magazine

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