Zero restraint as Zeronic get ready to rock

Zeronic, one of Austria’s most exciting live acts, will rock Vienna next month.

The trio confirmed that they are due to perform at the city’s Chelsea club on 10 October. The band – who released their fourth album, “Grandezza”, in June – are celebrated for their live skills. On stage, the alternative rock aces delight their fans with a superb mixture of melancholic tunes and energetic glam pop anthems.

Tickets for the upcoming gig are in great demand since it will be the first time for Zeronic to return to the stage after a concert last May. One month earlier, the band had the honour to perform as support act for New Wave legends New Order at the Gasometer concert hall in Vienna. The gig took place only a few days before the trio fronted by Mik Tanczos released a single called “My heart is still in your hands”.

Already last February, “Let’s Fool the World”, was made available on online music platforms. The song, in which a convincing melody is combined with witty lyrics, is one of the highlights on “Grandezza”. “Nights” and “That’s how it ends, a ballad, are must-listen matters too. It were those songs and a whole slew of other fine tunes which made “Grandezza” Album of the Week on radio7.at, an Austrian online radio station.

The Amadeus laureates’ concert is not the only occasion Viennese music fans are looking forward to next month. Former Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds member Mick Harvey will come to Vienna on 18 October to perform at the Szene. Already on 6 October, Sofa Surfers – the pioneers of electronic music in Austria – will rock the W.U.K. Iceland’s Gus Gus will enter the same venue’s stage a few days later (11 October).

>> http://www.zeronic.net

>> http://www.szenewien.com

>> http://www.wuk.at

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