Adelaide melodic metallers, TERMINAL ZERO, recently released their epic second album, Control, and continue to bring the metal to the masses via a new music video and a stack of tour dates!
Check it all out below.
With satisfyingly crunchy guitars and booming beats, Terminal Zero blend the bounce of old school Linkin Park with the more recent electro-rock leanings of Bring Me The Horizon to hypnotic effect.
Combined with the angst laden geo-political focus of Peter Nattrass’ vocals, this Adelaide based four piece have carved out a contemporary heavy rock sound that gets crowds moving but also thinking.
Building upon EPs Rule the World and Once Around the Sun, and their first album 2017’s Cold War, Control really lifts the bar for Australian melodic heavy music.
Terminal Zero have engaged the services of two-time Aria nominated Producer and Australian Nu-Metal overlord, DW Norton of Superheist, to push the creative limits of the band to help create their best music yet. Control captures the synchronicity and creative drive of twin brothers Simon (Drums) and Matthew Warnock (Guitar) and
Heath Newman (Bass) rounding out the backline.
Captivating melodic and hook laden performances by renowned vocalist Peter Nattrass draws upon the bands’ alternative and modern electronic rock influences, to engage audiences in contemporary and heartfelt issues that resonate.
To support the release of Control, Terminal Zero will take to stages across Australia through May and June and stoke the kinetic energy of music enthusiasts with their blistering live performances
Thursday, May 23: Whole Lotta Love, Melbourne
Saturday, May 25: Mr Boogie Man, Melbourne
Thursday, June 6: Hideaway Bar, Sydney
Supporting Ezekiel Ox
Friday, June 7: The Stag & Hunter Hotel, Newcastle
Sunday, June 9: Rad Bar, Wollongong
Wednesday, June 12: Byron Bay Brewery, Byron Bay
Friday, June 14: Vinnies Dive Bar, Gold Coast
Saturday, June 15: Jolly Roger, Brisbane
Thursday, June 27: Enigma Bar, Adelaide
Saturday, June 29: Renmark Hotel, Renmark
Tix available from the venues and at the door.
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