Point Below Zero - Point Below Zero FLAC album
Genre: Rock / Classical music
Title: Point Below Zero
Style: Progressive Metal, Deathcore
FLAC version ZIP size: 1757 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1935 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1549 mb
Other Formats: WMA AC3 DMF AAC VQF AA TTA
Album · 2012 · 7 Songs. 2012 Point Below Zero. More By Point Below Zero. See All. Passage - Single. Zero ads. Try it now. Learn more.
Point Below Zero (2012) by Point Below Zero. Genres: Progressive Deathcore Members: Zac "The Bigness" Robinson, Jake "BJ" Howsam, Jake "LJ" Maaka, Benjamin Black, Nic Tresise.
Listen to music from Point Below Zero like Kuklinski Gets The Job Done, The War of the Mind & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Point Below Zero. Point Below Zero have been around since 2007. Technical Deathcore that is hopefully a bit more interesting then your average chug chug.
Kuklinski Gets the Job Done, 01:58. A Sonnet of False Hope, 03:39. The War of the Mind, 04:36. The Faceless Monster, 03:38. No Drugs for Jake, 03:20.
The young Australian band Point below zero has created an intense sound that has the tightness of tech-metal, the intense low growels from death metal, shireking highs that all most remind me of black metal, and the brutal breakdowns of death core. The guitar work in this short seven song EP sounds as if it were from a very experienced signed band. From the intense arpegios to the heart stopping break down the guitars sound very professional. One aspect that made me very happy with this album is that you for the most part can actually hear the bass guitar. The vocal work in this album is rather unique. The vocalists lows are very powerful and his highs are just nasty(in a good way).
Nine Below Zero are an English blues band, who have a cult following throughout Europe, and were most popular during the period 1980–1982. The band was originally formed in South London in 1977, by guitarist and lead vocalist Dennis Greaves. Taking bassist Peter Clark with him, they recruited Kenny Bradley on drums, and vocalist and harmonica player Mark Feltham. They originally called themselves ‘Stan's Blues Band’, and for two years built up a local following in London clubs.