FACTION ZERO: Original Lineup Reunites, New Music Planned

New Jersey hardcore band FACTION ZERO have reunited with their original lineup to "set the record straight in 2006," according to a press release.

Formed in 1993 from a spawn of many different hardcore acts such as SUBZERO, 25 TA LIFE, SON OF SKAM, PUNKINUCLE and DERANGED, FACTION ZERO have played all over New York City/North Jersey and have released two seven-inch singles in 1995 on Division Records and two CDs — 1997's "Liberation" and 2002's "War Stories". Word on the street is the band are shaking off the rust and plan to write a brand new album, tentatively due late summer.

FACTION ZERO current lineup:

Chris D'Alessandro - Guitar
Bryan Essing - Drums
Dave Urban - Guitar
Rob Yadimarco - Vocals
Jason Kalfin – Bass

For more information, visit www.myspace.com/factionzeronj.


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