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“It's been a quick climb for the guys in Citizen Zero. In only a couple of years, they've already gotten to the point where they've got the sound of a polished rock band. That's something that takes quite a while in this town – if you're even that lucky,” writes Real Detroit Weekly.
Citizen Zero's sophomore EP “Life Explodes”, featuring lead vocalist Josh Mayle, guitarist Sammy Boller, and brothers Greg Dudley on bass and John Dudley on drums, was released in October 2012 and produced by Kid Rock's long-time recording engineer Al Sutton at his Rustbelt Studios and Kid Rock’s lead guitarist Marlon Young, with contributions by Sponge lead singer Vinnie Dombroski. The EPs first single "DOA Sunday" can be heard on WRIF, Detroit's largest active rock station.
Citizen Zero creates thoughtful and meaningful modern rock. Their songs sound like instant classics without being dated, with lyrics that are relevant but never trendy. But most importantly, Citizen Zero ROCKS. After the release of their first LP, Detroit Rock Blog heralded Citizen Zero as “Detroit’s next great hard rock hope”, with songs that “will stick in your head like your ex’s phone number from the first listen.”
Citizen Zero has recently shared the stage with Kid Rock (opening two of his eight sold-out shows at DTE Energy Music Theatre in 2013), ZZ Top, Halestorm, Living Colour, Everlast, and Switchfoot. The band inked a production deal in 2013 with Marlon Young and Al Sutton, and they are currently recording their first full-length album.
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