Low Z
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Low Z

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Low Z recorded a 3-song demo at Atlanta Records in February of 2001 and another demo in March of 2002. Their songs professionally recorded include "Mecha", "1.875", "Syndicate", "Surreal", and "Low". All five MP3's are available on their site. All five can be downloaded or streamed.

"Surreal" was on the top 40 charts at MP3Songs in April. It made it up to #6 before leaving the charts. "Low" was featured as the Track of the Day on Garageband.com in January and February. They also received online radio airplay at degeneratepress.com and were a local feature in two indie magazines called The Alternative News and Leftfield Publications.


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Low Z’s music has been described as an original melodic hard-rock fusion sound with a heavy groove. Imagine a Tool, Primus and Pink Floyd-ish sound. Their song catalog consist of dynamic, moody, and extremely well sound crafted material. NO scream singing!

Before there was Low Z, Joe Z and Josiah began gigging under different band names with different singers, bass players and drummers they met mostly through the Gwinnett School of Rock. In the early years they played places like The Somber Reptile and the Hanger. Once Colsen and Joe Z meet through a music store firing it was not to long before he joined the band on bass. Shortly after Joe Z took over vocals the line up was solidified with S-Jon on drums and Low Z was officially formed. With the line up set in stone the guys began to manufacture a sound that is as fresh as it is classic while at the same time very refined but raw.
Since Low Z’s inception they have played The Masquerade, 9 Lives Saloon, Dark Horse Tavern, Last Great Watering Hole, Sweetwater Bar & Grill, 10 High, CJ's Landing in Buckhead, and Smith's Olde Bar. Low Z has also been featured on several local radio stations and competitions.