Biography

English bio as pdf. Swedish bio as pdf.  
   

Vultureistic beak n’ roll machine music, Zitter’s self-proclaimed sound, is firmly set in riff-soaked classic hardrock and catchy punk rock music, infused with electronic sparkles. All musical creativity takes place under the protection of the all-seeing vulture eye.

On their latest six-track release, droppeD (2019), Fred Z (vocals/bass), B Gustaf (guitar) and the software drummer Macalico Adee (drums), show an appetite for heavier snacks.

The songs Throw Away the Key and Dictator are two excellent examples of how the band is shifting gear, turning up on the metal highway. The dark and heavy Bloodshed tells the cruel story of war from the victim’s point of views. Go Jackets Go is a cannon gun filled hockey anthem, cheering the NHL team Columbus Blue Jackets. The up-tempo groover Secondrater, with more comical and self-ironical lyrics, deals with Fred Z’s attempts to swing the golf clubs as good as his idol, the shockrocker legend, the Coop.

droppeD is a digital only release on the bands own label Vulture Nest Productions, distributed by AWAL.

The bands sound is previously best defined on Alligator Highway (2005), The Vulture Punk N’ Roll Machine (2006) and Quintus (2010). The EP Still Alive but in a Different Way (2017) was recorded during a period filled with sorrows, adding a dark, melancholic atmosphere, to the songs.

Zitter’s music is represented on collection discs released by the American record label 3000Records, on the DVD Cowabunga Extravagance (Seven Films) and in several movie productions made by the renowned horror-comedy filmmakers Rotten Soulz.

The live performance of Personal Hero at Chinateatern, Stockholm, Sweden, is Zitter’s most popular video on YouTube. The performance took place during a charity show to raise money for the research about the chronic disease cystic fibrosis.

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Updated on April 22, 2019

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