Zero To Sixty Never
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Zero To Sixty Never

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""We Rock Together We Die Together" (Review Pick of the Week)"

"Zero To Sixty Never really have been able in nine
minutes to both take my breath away and then proceed to fuck my ears out. A true balance of ying-yang, emo and punk that will never
lose its luster, regardless of however many times one plays this disc. The only negative to come out of this, that the disc’s very short
tracklist will be repeated about ten times from when it is stuck in the
car to when one sees them live, which I can only presume will be one of
the most energy-filled shows to ever be played."

-James McQuiston
Editor, NeuFutur and InterStitial Magazines - By: James from NeuFutur/InterStitial magazines as well as


"We Rock Together We Die Together" - Self Released 2004

"Six On the Floor" - Self Released 2002

"We Rock Together We Die Together" in limited radio airplay at mid-west college radio stations.


Feeling a bit camera shy


Zero To Sixty Never (ZTSN) is an energetically charged rock band from Madison, Wisconsin. Since emerging in the Spring of 2002, they have evolved from the basement, to the hearty midwest and on to the nation. ZTSN combines elements of rock, pop-punk, and power pop with a Moog synthesizer for the final touch. The frontline of the unique live show is lead by three dynamic interlacing vocals, low end that kicks you in the chest, which is flanked by firm but melodic guitars. The backbone is held down by a drummer that has to be seen to be believed live. Recently winners of The Madison Area Battle of the Bands, ZTSN won "Best Vocalist" and "Best Drummer" awards, as well as a nomination in the 2004 Madison Area Music Aawards for "Best Underage Artist” and nominations in 2005 for "Best Punk Album" as well as "Best Underage Artist" again. ZTSN debuted a new three-song teaser "We Rock Together, We Die Together" last summer. The album sold a quick 500 copies, thanks to summer and winter tours through the East coast and Miwest, and grabbed them a spot on the front page of the ever popular, where they are consistently on the top of the unsigned artist charts. It has also turned heads of several independent record labels from North and South America. Stephen Harm, owner of the national all-ages venue, The Warehouse, says - "Zero To Sixty Never is a great example of a 'genuine' band. You can feel the energy when they play; no impersonations of their favorite bands, just raw energy coming from sincere musicians...and are very easy to work with." In 2005 ZTSN wil be heading out on a West coast tour as well as back into the studio. Zero To Sixty Never is an explosive experience to be seen and heard! The band will be hitting the road and riding it as far as it will take them. Want to come along?