ZEROZONIC - GOD DAMN, BETTER, BEST
OZO MUSIC / METAL REVELATION
Metal To Infinity
from more extreme bands like Satyricon as their live guitarist between 1996 -
1999 and still in the Norwegian Death Metal band, BloodRedThrone, Daniel "Peisy"
Olaisen finally wanted to perform his long time passion for Groove Metal and
formed ZeroZonic in 2004. Singer, Leo Morachiolli (Lowdown) joined forces early
on and still remains in the band. Both bass player and drummer from Tristania
and Green Carnation was a part of Zerozonic and recorded the two first albums
before leaving the band. Today, Jon Eirik "Elt" Bokn from the great
Thrash Metal band, Dead Trooper, handles the drums and Martin Berger pumps the
They released their debut album "Dead On Arrival" in 2007, on their our own label, Ozo Records. This album was re-released by German Rockline Records worldwide February 2010. In December 2010, ZeroZonic’s second CD entitled "God Damn, Better, Best" is released through OZO Records. The album has now been picked up for international distribution through Mayhem Music and Indie distribution. On their website www.zerozonic.com , you can read that they finished making songs for their third album "Aftersane''. They planning on recording this during the Spring 2011 and their looking for a serious label to release this!
this is the review for their second album "God Damn, Better, Best", released
on March 11, 2011. The music is as groovy as it gets and bands like Pantera,
Chimaira and Metallica can be considered as inspirers. To me their music is most
similar to that of Pantera, and sometimes makes me think of our Belgian pride
Channel Zero. Which
makes their music different, mainly thanks to singer Leo Moracchioli. The
different vocal styles that he employs, and he is still able to bring. Grunts,
clean, screams. He does it all. Now and then he does some strange things like
audible in the songs entitled 'Symptoms', 'Enter Night And Day' and the
last song 'Alcoholic Mayhem'. A CD full of aggression spiced with a little
melody and with a single rest point, the slow track called ‘No Tomorrow’.
are 9 tracks on this CD with the instrumental an appropriate title: instrumental
case. For fans of Pantera, this is a mandatory purchase… even though ZeroZonic
has its own identity throughout their music. Good riffs, good vocals, good
songs, good band who deliver a good album. I look forward to their third disc
"Aftersane". Meanwhile ''The God Damn, Better, Best'' will be making many
rounds in my CD player.
My Points: 84 / 100 (Review by Metalandy)
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