Alternative post punk fused with powerful vocals and gritty electronics
Zeitgeist Zero combine heavy guitars, industrial electronics and hypnotic visuals. Their unique sound and dark style have built up a loyal following leading to festival appearances at Infest, Wave Gotik Treffen and Whitby Goth Weekend.
Zeitgeist Zero inhabit their own carefully constructed and intriguingly strange world. Ploughing their own furrow, they traverse the boundaries of mainstream and alternative fashion. The band mix contemporary and vintage styling with blitz noir imagery and a dash of retro sex appeal, which features heavily in their music videos.
The band have worked with industry pros such as John Fryer (NIN, Depeche Mode), John Rivers (The Specials), John Dent (PJ Harvey) and Steve Whitfield (The Cure). The band’s four releases have seen have met with international critical acclaim. ‘Dead To The World’ and ‘The Blackout’ both being voted “Album of the Month” by popular German music magazine Dark Spy.
They were recently invited to play Infest Festival’s 20th anniversary on their Best Of British night alongside Peter Hook and The Light and are currently working on their fourth album.
"They will take you down a wonderful rabbit hole, from which you may never escape" - WildSpiritz Rising
“Number One - Favourite!” - Dark Spy Magazine
“Eerie macabre pop. Criminally underrated” - Terrorizer Magazine
“Legends Zeitgeist Zero... tearing it up with synth driven dark rock!” - The Blogging Goth
"In need of a power boost to kick-start your weekend? Zeitgeist Zero have come to the rescue!" - Reddogmusic
“Dark magic indeed” - Jumbo Records
“Strong impressive vocals...you must see these guys live!” - Unscene Magazine
“One of the best attended gigs of the year!” - Sheepish Promotions/The Lending Room
“The depth of their sound was remarkable” - York Calling
“Zeitgeist Zero certainly stole the show. A band, definitely not to be missed” - Ctrl-Alt-Fest-Delete Festival
“Grinding guitars and passionate female vocals regularly rip-up dancefloors at alternative clubs around the country” – Bizarre Magazine
“Visual and electrifying” - Leeds Music Promotions
“A stunning example of the best elements of the dark alternative scene” - Doncaster Electronic Foundation
“Their recorded output is genre-stretching and playful, but it’s in the live arena where the band really explode into life” - Reflections of Darkness