ZERO SYSTEM: Another New Song Posted Online

ZERO SYSTEM, the North Carolina-based band featuring singer Joel Collins (BLOODJINN), guitarist Kyle Rakes (BLOODJINN), guitarist/singer Justin Reich and drummer Trey Harding, has posted another new track, "Through Collapse", on its web site.

The group recently launched its first video blog teaser "Episode 1". Watch it below.

According to the band's official bio, "ZERO SYSTEM creates a perfect blend of aggressive metal and soaring melodic rhythms. Collins brings a solid and complex style of singing and screaming, while Reich shells out beautiful and powerful melody."

Rakes, who is the main writer for ZERO SYSTEM, believes he has found his niche musically. He says, "This is something I've always wanted to do, and a whole different style of writing than I am use to with other projects I am involved with."


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