Linkin Park, Hands Like Houses, Bring Me The Horizon, Awaken I Am
Matthew Searle - Vocals Matt Warnock - Guitar Simon Warnock - Drums
Hands Like Houses, Superheist
Terminal Zero move seamlessly from sonic blast to suspended silence. With bone-crunching guitars and seismic beats driving an interplay between the perpetual bounce of electronic pop and the melodic, angst laden geo-political vocals, this Adelaide base four piece have carved out a contemporary heavy rock sound that lifts a room and moves the masses.
“an absolute show and a half, with the combined musical ability of each player, the connected sound of identical twin brothers …… and the impressive stage presence and deliverance of words by front man. Terminal Zero are a whole other kettle of fish experienced live.” All Over Adelaide
In 2019, Terminal Zero took to the stage across Australia with blistering live performances of their genre defining second album Control (Available here: https://terminalzero.hearnow.com/ ).
Building upon EPs Rule the World and Once Around the Sun, and their first album Cold War (2017), Control lift the bar. With two-time ARIA nominated Producer and Australian Nu-metal overlord, DW Norton of Superheist, Terminal Zero have pushed the creative limits. Hook laden performances draws upon the bands’ alternative and modern electronic rock influences, to engage audiences in contemporary and heartfelt issues that resonate.
“the stage presence of Terminal Zero, as well as their overall vibe with their incorporation of electronic samples and programmed lights, they have a huge new age sound “ Glam Adelaide
As the first single from Control, Famous gained strong and wide-reaching traction during 2018. With the second single This Is What It Feels Like unleashed in February, and an Australian tour locked in through May and June, 2019 is shaping up to be a massive year.
"It’s the huge sounding Famous which starts the proceedings. Terminal Zero’s sound is drawn from influences far and wide, with an atmospheric environment underpinning bass driven, melodic metal. Tracks like London and Passenger displaying the diversity from the Warnock brothers, Matthew and Simon, before they finish with the epic title track from the new album, covering every inch of the tiny stage." Hi Fi Way: The Pop Chronicals