2004 LP, CD

“The final statement of Hamburg’s ZEROID. In 2004 they got together one last time to record 8 depressive, dark and brutal tracks of their own. ZEROID found this balancing point with the juxtaposition of melody and dissonance. All over the record they created a dark and devastating mood with a crushing wall of sound as well as short melodic pieces that are over and over again interrupted by their shattering darkness of cutting, downtuned guitar riffs and ferocious drums, stomping bass lines and snarling vocals spit unappealing hate. ZEROID could be called the pissed version of older Neurosis, Uranus or the darker version of His Hero Is Gone because they combine dark apocalyptical tunes with crushing metallic hardcore.” – Per Koro
In cooperation with Per Koro Records and Totenschiff.