Formed in London, UK, by Ami (vocals/violin/samples) and Justin (bass/guitar/samples), Redzone have a unique and original sound, fusing industrial, hiphop, musique concrète, electronica, classical, alternative and ambient influences.
Redzone have been compared to Collide, Bjork and Recoil among others, but defy categorisation. The music has been called ‘far away from cliché’ (Sideline music magazine) and ‘great music and almost heavenly voices’ (Peter-Jean van Damme, DJ).
They find the idea of creative autonomy and liberation appealing and were one of the first UK bands to utilise the web to exclusively promote and distribute music and video, releasing the web-only MP3 singles Torrid/Crime of Passion and Layer6/Body Craves in 1998, followed by the album Modified in 1999.
Redzone create an entire integrated sensory experience, and 2005 saw the release of [digitalflesh] complete with a unique, interactive video component.
Redzone, assisted by classically-trained musician Tim (synths/samples/doublebass), are experienced live performers, often utilising bespoke video projections, and have also been credited as the first band to tour Second Life by Wired and Reuters.
The third studio album, Abstract Revolution, was released on June 20th 2008 on their Phasechange Recordings label, and The White Sun DVD was released on December 12th 2008. A single 'Film Noir' was released on May 27th 2010.
Check out http://www.redzone.co.uk for information about forthcoming releases, including the'White Sun' soundtrack album and the 'Ultrastructure' series of E.Ps.