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Delegate Zero

Delegate Zero

Delegate Zero


Delegate Zero are a Sludge, Post-Hardcore, Doom, Prog-Metal Band from the city of Bristol. The band was formed after the break-up of bass player, James Daly's band "Laceration", when James advertised that he wanted to start a "funk" band, long time friend, Alex Kuusik (lead guitar), formerly of a previous collaboration with James in the band "Demolitia", responded to the bulletin. With Gentle persuasion the two managed to bring in the old Demolitia drummer Chris Webster. And thus it began Read more on Last.fm
Delegate Zero are a Sludge, Post-Hardcore, Doom, Prog-Metal Band from the city of Bristol. The band was formed after the break-up of bass player, James Daly's band "Laceration", when James advertised that he wanted to start a "funk" band, long time friend, Alex Kuusik (lead guitar), formerly of a previous collaboration with James in the band "Demolitia", responded to the bulletin. With Gentle persuasion the two managed to bring in the old Demolitia drummer Chris Webster. And thus it began Since the begining in 2006, DZ (as they are also known) spent time practising, and becoming a tight formidable unit with talent beyond their young age.

With tracks such as "Flame of Old" and "In Stone" they are well on their way to make it big time. With an EP expected by the end of 2008, things are looking up. Their influences are vast and span all genres, This helps to refine a sound which many young bands strive to attain. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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