Artist: Class Of Zero
   Title: Noting Will Survive
   Label: Blastwave Records

Hailing from Simi Valley in California, Class of Zero's debut album is a mix of brash guitar sounds, provided by Ian Salvas and Billy Peele, heavy bass lines delivered by Chris Dunn, and a thunderous rhythm section with the drums beaten out by Bob Gilmore.

The opening salvo is ‘Incomplete’, a track that sets down the rules of this album.  Those being ... ‘’play it fast, play it proud’’.  If you put together the recent music fads of nu-metal, nu-breed, American pop punk, and a few others, and threw them all into a blender, the resulting sound would be Class of Zero.  They really have created a sound they can call their very own.

This mix might not be to everyone's taste and some might say they haven’t set into a musical genre, but those are the people who have no vision, and are the ones who sometimes stifle a bands creativity by fixing them into a one genre or another.

This is definitely a band that is worth checking out.  Motorhead were so impressed by them that they were invited on their recent UK tour.  This is one hell of a compliment if ever there was one.

Tracklisting:

    1. Incomplete
    2.  Unreal as it Gets
    3.  Make me Sick
    4.  Forever
    5.  Fallen
    6.  S.O.B.
    7.  Buried
    8.  By the Book
    9.  1000 Words
   10.  Redemption

                  

 

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