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“You know what it’s like when you hear an unknown band for the first time, and they impress you? The first thought is, ‘Hang on, can they really be as good as I thought? Let’s play it again’. And the second time, the music still sounds strong. Well, meet Zodiac N Black, a young London band who’ve already displayed enough verve, vivacity and sheer musical depth to suggest they are in a with a real shout at making the right noises at the highest levels”
Malcolm Dome (Classic Rock, Total Rock)

Zodiac N Black are vocalist Jad, guitarist Jim, bassist Hank and drummer Luca. Their influences are a fusion of Led Zeppelin, Queens of the Stone Age, Soundgarden, and Black Sabbath, imagine this sound bed with a grittier and a more modern approach and you will understand where these guys are coming from. ‘The Aftermyth’ is their long awaited debut album it was mixed by Alex Newport (The Melvins, The Mars Volta, Sepultura) and has already been championed by music critic Malcolm Dome (Classic Rock, Total Rock). From heavy riff-based album opener ‘Bastinado’, to third track ‘Only the Lonely’ with its pulsating but rhythmic melody it perfectly complements the thunder bolt that is ‘Bad Pills’.

They manage to stay heavy without being imposing, catchy without being pop and southern without being cheesy, these guys have created a sound which is unique to them and it’s a winning recipe.

This band are ones to watch in 2012 and are ready to break into the British Rock Scene.

Zodiac N Black London, Britain (UK)

  • Zodiac N Black - The Aftermyth 10 tracks, 52.27 Zodiac N Black on January 25, 2012 16:39

    1. Download track Go to track Bastinado
      1. Bastinado 4.50 2262 plays
    2. 2. A Necessary Evil 6.53 1120 plays
    3. 3. Only The Lonely 4.24 1029 plays
    4. 4. The Joke Is On Us 5.21 693 plays
    5. 5. Better Off Dead 4.33 442 plays
    6. 6. Seems Like Better Times 2.59 386 plays
    7. 7. Who's The Fool (part one) 2.50 344 plays
    8. 8. Bad Pills (Full Version) 5.04 688 plays
    9. 9. Making An Enemy 5.07 366 plays
    10. 10. Lights On Blues 10.21 333 plays

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