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AUSTRALIA - South Australia

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Terminal Zero

Terminal Zero is a hard hitting Australian alternative rock outfit with a modern electro-sonic twist that has been lead by identical twin brothers Simon Warnock (Drums) and Matthew Warnock (Guitar).

With the dynamic duo of Peter Nattrass (Vocals/Guitar) and Heath Newman (Bass) out front, Terminal Zero have earned a reputation on the live scene for their solid, high energy live performances.

Recorded and produced by Simon and Matthew over a two year period, Terminal Zero released their first full length album Cold War in early 2017. Capturing a turning point in Terminal Zero’s sound and direction, Cold War catapulted the band into the spotlight with legendary rockers, Superheist for the South Australian leg of their "Raise Hell" tour.

In July 2017, Terminal Zero release a music video clipfor the title track Cold War that gained overwhelming traction on social media.

With the album and clip going gangbusters, Terminal Zero went all out, winning international supports at the Gov with Trapt (USA) and then Fuel (USA) and national supports with Osaka Punch (Qld) for their "How We Operate" tour with Rival Fire (Vic).

As 2017 South Australian Music Industry Awards finalists, Terminal Zero released the single "Silence this Hatred" and lyric video as their tribute to Chester Bennington and Linkin Park who have been a huge inspiration and influence on the band since the release of Hybrid Theory.

With 2018 off to a cracking start, the band is collaborating with ARIA nominated producer and engineer DW Norton from Superheist to record new songs that will supercharge their 2018 summer festival campaign. In April, TZ released the first progeny of this creative hookup with the kicking new single and video clip for Famous (insert hyperlink).

In 2018, put Terminal Zero on your bucket list of bands!