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Idiom

by Zero To Ballistic

Idiom is a fusion of thrash, industrial, progressive and acoustic music, intelligent lyrics and harmonies.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Alternative Metal
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1. Indomitable
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2. Epiphany In Black
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3. Nails In Your Coffin
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4. The Guns Fall Silent
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5. The Plains Of Abaddon
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6. Litany #7
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7. Loss...
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8. ...Bring On The Pain
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9. Hope Springs Eternal
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Zero To Ballistic rules from a rocky, mountainous roost in Logan, Utah. Transcending classical thrash metal roots with a healthy dose of blues, jazz, experimental and ethnic tendencies, Zero To Ballistic takes its musical fight to the people with a vengeance...


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Zero to Ballistic, a musical phenomenon
Musically, ZTB remind me of Justin Peloian’s outfit, Apeyga, a So-Cal based instrumental band that has a unique combination of rock and jazz; more rock than jazz, really, but their instrumental jams have a blissfully loose feel; arpeggio filled crescendos that coast then build into a euphoric high, letting loose with this free-form, wicked guitar virtuosity, seemingly improvised riffing here and there. ZTB have a similar kind of groove, with a guitar that wanders about with a frenetic syncopation. The fact that a man with the intense political views as Sugerman can marry such rigid, harsh lyrics with a looser, stylish jam of a soundtrack shows that there is hope yet for you aficionados out there who are starved for some good new music.