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Heavy flaps from well-worn feathers announce the arrival of the new disc from the vultureistic beak n’ roll machine Zitter. With Still Alive but in a Different Way (A Vulture Nest Productions release, 2017), Fred Z (vocals/bass), B Gustaf (guitars) and Macalico Adee (drums) steer their retrofuturistic machine into a more melancholic, personal realm. On the songs Personal Hero and No Room, Malin Hween appears as guest vocalist, adding that sparkle that ignites the heart.

The passing away of a dearly beloved made Fred Z and the rest of the band, to write songs, that lyrically, has a dark, yet passionate side unprecedented in the Zitter catalogue. Yet, at the same time, the band stays true to their hard rock and punk influences from the 1970’s and 1980’s. Therefore, the songs on Still Alive but in a Different Way, vibrates with that catchy and melodic vultureistic beak n’ roll machine music heard on previous Zitter releases, especially Alligator Highway (2005) and Quintus (2010).

Songs from previous Zitter discs appear on compilations released by 3000Records, on the DVD Cowabunga Extravagance (Seven Films) and in several films and YouTube-clips by the Swedish horror-comedy moviemakers Rotten Soulz.

Zitters’ live debut with Personal Hero in front of a 600-headed crowd at Chinateatern, Stockholm, Sweden, is the bands most streamed video clip on YouTube.

The bands music have been heard on the student radio at Stockholm University and on Internet radio stations in the U.S. and Brazil.

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Updated on December 28, 2017

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