Los Angeles-based band ONESIDEZERO is currently streaming its entire new album at this location.
"We feel this record represents where we are now in life and music," says frontman Jasan Radford. "We just wanted to share our music with as many people as possible and the internet gives us a chance to do that."
ONESIDEZERO's sophomore CD was recorded at UnderCity Recordings in Hollywood, CA with producer Ulrich Wild (STATIC-X, STABBING WESTWARD, TAPROOT). The album was released by independent powerhouse Corporate Punishment Records and is the long awaited follow-up to the band's critically acclaimed 2001 debut "Is This Room Getting Smaller?", which saw the group tour with the likes of INCUBUS, 311, STATIC-X, and SOULFLY.
"This time around I went back to my roots as far as songwriting. Back to the metal, classical, blues and all the good stuff my parents raised me on," commented guitarist Levon Sultanian about the album. "Our old fans will still feel the classic Onesidezero vibe yet we will be reaching out to wider audiences as well."
Upcoming ONESIDEZERO tour dates:
Oct. 05 - The Fat Cat - Modesto, California
Oct. 06 - Britannia Arms - Cupertino, California
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