DAZED AND AMUSED
Brooklyn hard rock band Back From Zero passes the torch of their forebears among themselves like a hot potato. Dean Bonsignore’s irreverent, declamatory vocals high-five and arm wrestle with Austin Collins’ riff worship at the altar of rock gods Guns n Roses. Erik Samuelsen and Arthur Cognato’s rhythm section not only holds it down, but drives the peaking high energy to harder, heavier heights. Fans of the frenetic and unfuckwithable ethos of New York City proto punk and glam bands The Ramones and New York Dolls have a standing invitation to join these headbangers as they kick out the jams. Dedicated classic rock heads already know rock-n-roll never dies but it sometimes needs a 1-up. Back From Zero is forever up to the task.
UPCOMING RELEASE: FIVE EP
DROPS APRIL 26!
Back From Zero's songs are all driven by the same hard work ethic: sort through all the ideas — riffs, full songs, sections of jams recorded during practice — arrange and refine. It's rare for bands to operate this smoothly and diligently, and BFZ's new EP, FIVE, is an honest reflection of their dedication.