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Sonic Octane

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Sonic Octane is a hard rock band formed in Longmont, Colorado in 2016.[1]. Recently signed with Curtain Call Records, they are working on their first commercial release through Sony / The Orchard [2].

Sonic Octane
OriginLongmont United States
GenresHard rock, post-grunge
Years active2016–present
MembersTim Dahlen
Robert Zeas
Gunnar Hague
Pete Kinney

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Known for Taking It Where No Other Rock Band Has Gone Before, Sonic Octane self funded a film production on top of Mandalay Bay Las Vegas in August 2018 [3]. A scene of one of the most tragic, violent events in modern American history. Sonic Octane's core mission is in support of anti-violence and anti-bullying.

Sonic Octane has appeared on the nationally syndicated TV the Donna Drake Show, reaching 66 million U.S households on CBS, NBC, Fox, the CW, SBTV and Footprint TV [4]. In partnership with Gemelli Films, Sonic Octane has licensed content for Hallmark mini-series "Little Cupid" and "New Dogs, Old Tricks" [5]. Sonic Octane has also secured a major motion picture film deal for "KUMU" (Hawaiian translation means "teacher"), in partnership with Relentless Entertainment and Cornerstone Media [6].

Sonic Octane's rock musical roots are inspired by hard rock bands Stone Temple Pilots, RUSH, Alice in Chains, Metallica, Velvet Revolver, Foo Fighters, Led Zeppelin, Guns N' Roses, Stone Sour and Linkin Park [7]. Sonic Octane's live performances have been revered by top rock music industry executives including ormer Atlantic Vice President of Marketing and Strategic Planning Lou Plaia and former Sony VP of Packaging and Distribution Lou Vaccarelli [8].

Sonic Octane travelled across the United States in support of their debut "Sonic Rising" 2019 Summer Tour, co-performing with LA based band Venrez in New York [9]



  • "Heaven Calling" (2019)
  • "Salvation" (2019)
  • "The Reckoning" (2019)
  • "Afterburn" (2019)


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