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“The music business is a matter of survival of the fittest. It's a business in which only the strong survive. Many bands are here today and then gone tomorrow. But the four members of Citizen Zero have proven that they're up for the challenge. Having endured personal tragedy and events that would have caused other artists to quit and throw in the towel, Citizen Zero keeps on swinging. But it's no surprise that a band that's cut its teeth on Detroit Rock n' Roll is poised and ready to conquer the music world.”
“Kid Rock adds local rockers Citizen Zero to first DTE shows”
“Citizen Zero is Makin' Moves We traveled to The Machine Shop yet again this weekend to catch some of our favorite hometown dudes, Citizen Zero. The boys tore up the stage as openers for Frequency Fifty Four. We're convinced that guitarist Sammy Boller is the next Joe Satriani, making sounds on his Les Paul that just don't seem real. Gibson scouts, if you read Real Detroit Weekly, please endorse this young fella. Citizen Zero played all of their signature tracks, including "DOA Sunday" and "Timebomb U.S. Made," along with the band's very rad cover of "Stranglehold" by Ted Nugent. Honestly, it's catchier than the original.”
“Dirty ominous heavy rock in the vain of Theory of a Deadman, vintage Staind and the like, Citizen Zero elbows its way into the category of edgy modern rock quite successfully. The vocals, supplied by Josh Mayle and Greg Dudley, couldn't be more apropos. This is a heavy band with growling lyrics (although not Christian Bale Batman-growling, they're appropriate in this context) and exceedingly talented guitar work.”
“Lords and Ladies of Detroit rock, I present Citizen Zero. Not to be confused with the apocalyptic video game, Citizen Zero is Detroit's next great hard rock hope... Notably, Citizen Zero are stubbornly defying long odds with songs like 'Good And Gone' and 'Slaves or Citizens' which combine heady lyricism with quality musicianship. 'Judgement Day' is a stomping, hand-clapping rocker, and perhaps the best-penned rejection of Christianity you will hear for some time. The best track is clearly 'When The Rain Comes', which will stick in your head like an ex's phone number from the first listen. ”