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Zeromind

username: Zeromind
Bay Area, CA

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Metal , Rock

Let Go10/18/09 5:10 am

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Hey, if you all make a band, I can feature that band on our home page when you have two members and a track. I really like the sound you all are developing. Thanks!

Posted Fri Dec 25, 2009 6:28pm by powerinthelines


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Zeromind's magnetism is hard to resist. Just ask production legend Dave Schiffman (System of a Down, Nine Inch Nails, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Johnny Cash) who recently finished producing the band's new album, "What's in Your Mind." A six-piece heavy rock band with twin vocals from San Francisco has the talent, popularity and drive to be alongside megastars. Megastars, or mega-groups, for that matter, do have adequate reasons to feel threatened by Zeromind's success, as a 20-year-old legendary rock band, which we will leave nameless, was rejected by a producer who later was ecstatic to work with the talented Zeromind. Wherever Zeromind travels, success follows, as we reflect on their performances over the last few years alongside Megadeth, Slayer, Dio, Anthrax, Flyleaf, Ministry, Hatebreed, Killswitch Engage, Bloodsimple, Unearthed, Lamb of God, Mastadon, In Flames, Napalm Death, and many more. In fact, Zeromind's cutting edge sound and over-the-top performance at the Loudpark Festival (in Tokyo, Japan) inspired MTV Japan to rotate their music video for "Wish It Away," a fusion of heavy rock and smooth vocals against a melodic backdrop. Of course, MTV America has expressed interest, as well. An album full of melodic and energetic beats, "What's in Your Mind" is comparable to ultra-successful releases by Korn, Linkin Park, System of a Down and the Deftones. With fourteen addictive songs (the kind you put on repeat for weeks on end but you don't get sick of), "What's in Your Mind" is guaranteed to be a hit among fans, and a must-have among new listeners. In fact, Zeromind was voted 1 on Powercast Radio for best song.

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