NEWS 2003

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FREE GIVE AWAY! Get Alligator Highway for FREE! If you're visitor 316, 321 or 334 here at our official home page, you'll get Alligator Highway with 2 bonus tracks. Simple as at. Check the counter if you're the lucky one send an e-mail with your snail mail address and the disc is on its way to you.

This far Red House has reached the # 19 spot on the SoundClick Rock Charts. Play it daily n' it might even break its way to the top ten!

And you can still get all the songs from Swansong 11 and Happy Fools' Parade for free at Vitaminic! Just download the songs and enjoy! (December 18)

Now you can play RED HOUSE, the first release from Alligator Highway, directly from the Audio page. Simply click on the mp3, the real or the winmedia icon. All support for Red House is much appreciated, so play it daily!

And you can still get all the songs from Swansong 11 and Happy Fools' Parade for free at Vitaminic! Just download the songs and enjoy! (December 6)

RED HOUSE, the first release from Alligator Highway is now released! At this point you'll only find it at SoundClick, but the song is waiting to be approved at some other OMDs as well. Check out the links on the audio side and you'll find where it's gonna be available soon. All support for Red House is much appreciated, so play it daily!

And you can still get all the songs from Swansong 11 and Happy Fools' Parade for free at Vitaminic! Just download the songs and enjoy! (November 28)

While waiting for the first release from Alligator Highway to be available at the different OMD's, we're launching the updated version of the home page. Though much  looks the same, there are some new stuff connected with the Alligator Highway release, such as the lyrics to the songs and some new pics. Check it out! And don't hesitate to send in your comments on the new look of the home page. Now it's only the music missing! But be patient, it's worth waiting for! (November 1)

Special offer! Since there remains some minor work to do before Alligator Highway is entirely completed, we’re now offering free downloads of all the songs from Swansong 11 & Happy Fools’ Parade at Vitaminic! So if you haven’t got those songs already, you’re just a few clicks away from getting the entire demos on your computer today. And then you can go a get the booklet front pages from our home page. Could it be any easier? This offer is valid throughout October, so you better start downloading right away! (October, 19)

The mixing of Alligator Highway is now done. All that remains is the mastering of the new tracks before they will be available. You’ll be the first to know! The included songs on the disc will be Red House, Sunny Day Holiday, Idiots, Alligator Highway, Naked, Antiseptic, The Change, Breaking My Pride, Sorry, Believer, Charlies’ Inn and Nobody’s Perfect. (September, 20)

Vacation time is over! Not that we have been too lazy, but there has been days without making music. The mixing process of Alligator Highway is going quite alright. This far we have mixed the following songs: Sorry, Red House, Believer, Alligator Highway, Idiots and Antiseptic. If we can keep up the pace, there will be brand new Zitter songs on the web in September.

Buzz Songs Vol. 1 has now been released, including a re-mastered version of Soulless Man. If you want to know more about this compilation disc, visit the home page of 3000 Records. Click on “Projects” and then on “Previous Projects”. (August 19

The release date for Buzz Songs Vol. 1 is July 29. There you’ll find a re-mastered version of Soulless Man among the 18 songs. Soulless Man is track # 13. We haven’t heard the result of the re-mastering of the track ourselves, so we’re as excited as you! If you want to know more about this compilation disc, visit the home page of 3000 Records. Click on “Projects” and then on “Previous Projects”. At this time, we’re not sure how the record will be distributed, so please check back later here or at 3000 Records. (July 1)

Well, we don't know what happened, but it seems to be impossible to play our songs at mp3.com.au. In any case, we peaked at number 18 on the Heavy Rock Chart, which is great. Thanks for your support! 

The recordings of the new disc is more or less coming to an end. There are some more guitars, percussions and special effects needed before the last vocal tracks can be done. The plan is to do the mixing during the summer, so hopefully new songs will hit your ears early this fall. (June, 20)

This week we've climbed to spot number 18 on the Heavy Rock chart at mp3.com.au! That's great and couldn't have happened without your support. Many thanks! (May, 30)

Thanks to you, we climbed a few spots on the chartsat mp3.com.au last week! Please continue with your support. It's much appreciated! (May, 18)

Well, we've tried to translate the review Jürgen Tschamler from the German metal mag Heavy oder Was!? wrote on Soulless Man, Happy Fools and Right or Wrong! You'll find both at our review page. Thanks to our Cozmoos-man Kai, who helped us with some of the German expressions! (May, 4)

The second part of the interview Pysen did with Zitter is up and running. This time you can find out something about B Gustaf. If you haven't read the interview with Fred,  just go here! (April,18)

The German metal mag Heavy oder Was!? reviewed Soulless Man, Happy Fools and Right or Wrong in their March/April number, which has the one and only Ronnie James Dio on the front page. They don't publish their reviews on the web so go to our review page and read what Jürgen Tschamler had to say about those three songs. The review is in German, but we're gonna try to translate it, so check back later. 

If you haven't read the interview with Fred, that our friend Pysen did some time agojust to here! (April, 6)

It's been a busy month with the recording of the new demo. Things are slowly coming together nicely! Check back later for further details. Meanwhile you could entertain yourself with an interview our friend Pysen did with Fred some time ago. Will he reveal something interesting about himself? Fred that is, not Pysen. See for yourself here! And there is still time to vote for Zitter at the Smack Rock festival. (March, 24)

If you still haven't bought Happy Fools' Parade, now the right time has come! Get the disc or a couple of songs at Vitaminic at a reduced price. Check out the new price here! (February, 17)

Gods of Music should know what they're talking 'bout, right?! Adam Dollard at Gods of Music has written a great review of Soulless Man, which is compared to the Guns N' Roses "Use Your Illusion"-sound! Dollard finish his review with these kinds words: "incredible drums, memorable guitars and thought provoking, meaningful lyrics". Read the full review here! (February, 3)

The Smack Rock Festival gives the indiependent artists a chance to be seen and heard. The 4 bands which gets the most votes from fans are guaranteed a spot on the bill. If you want to vote for Zitter, just go here! (February, 2)

B Gustaf has written a short article, "Words Or Music - What Comes First". It's about the song writing process and gives you some insight in the Zitter workshop. You can read it at the official Fishkill home page. Don't miss the other interesting articles there! (January, 12)

We have started the new year by joining MP3.com.au and Bands411. There is a chart at MP3.com.au so please give the songs there a little push if you've got the time.  B Gustaf has written a short article, "Words or music - what comes first", that will be published at the official Fishkill home page within the next couple of weeks. We'll let you know when it's posted. (January 6, 2003)

We hope your holidays are turning out great! 2002 was a good year for Zitter on the web. Monday, Soulless Man and Happy Fools were all chart toppers at Soundclick. Thanks for your support! The coming year could be as exciting. There will be new songs available sometimes during the first six months. Check back later for song titles and release dates. The home page is about to get a facelift and we'll try to update the news department at least twice a month, probably on weekends.  (December 23, 2002)