Zero To Heaven
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Zero To Heaven

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"Zero To Heaven "Russian Radio""

Zero To Heaven just released their first CD entitled "Russian Radio". The band features ex-Pocket Change members, but focuses harder on pop sensibilities than on pure punk rock aggression infused with songs about girls. While the first track "Journal Entry #1" lands somewhere between "Knapsack" & the Smiths, ZTH isn't afraid to, at times, grab a little '80's pop influence to keep you from getting bored. The second track of this five song EP, "Dancing Alone," mixes some punk edge with the likes of the Cure/Morrissey for one of the highlights of this album. I listened to this five track EP eight times in a row on my computer, and kept finding myself thinking, "This song kicks ass" only to realize it was the same song that grabbed my attention the last time around. If I had any complaint wih this EP, it's that the production stands out as extremely muddy from the moment you pop it into your player. That being said, after several listens my ears adjusted to it and it was not as noticible. This record is 100% DIY and a great accomplishment for a young band just getting started. I look forward to more songs, hopefully sooner than later. You can explore them for yourself at zerotoheaven.com.
-Paul Wilbur - Alive and Kicking issue #110


Discography

"Russian Radio" CD E.P.
Music Video (Dancing Alone)

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Bio

Zero To Heaven is an indie rock band from Sacramento, California. Zero To Heaven has many influences from bands such as Depeche Mode, The Pixies, Green Day, Radiohead, The Beatles, The Smiths, Jawbreaker and The Descendents to name just a few. These influences are fused together to create a familiar yet very unigue sound. Although Zero To Heaven is fairly new on the music scene (formed in the spring of 2003), it’s members Matt Sertich, Kirk Janowiak (ex-Pocket Change) and Ryan Nethaway, and Patrick O’Neill (ex-Bella V) are seasoned veterans in the indie music world. In their previous efforts they’ve shared many stages with the likes of The Offspring, Jawbreaker, AFI, Face To Face, The Get Up Kids, Samiam, Sensefield, just to name a few. After forming, Zero To Heaven wasted no time and began to put their creative minds to work and began writing new music and playing as many shows as possible finding time to record and self- release their first CD entitled “Russian Radio”. Early feedback on “Russian Radio” has been very favorable.