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Melodic Black/Death Metal Project ZETA Releasing ‘Binary Enigma’ on September 2

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Experimental Melodic Black/Death Metal project ZeTA will release its full-length debut album, Binary Enigma, on September 2.

The album’s first single, “Suspended Colossus,” is available now, courtesy of the Metal Vault YouTube Channel: youtu.be/JwH67uendlE

The single is also streaming on Bandcamp.

Binary Enigma features the work of band members residing in three different states (Cleveland, OH / Chicago, IL / Phoenix, AZ). The music was heavily inspired by classic 90s Swedish melodic black/death metal, American death metal both past and present, and the Metroid video game series. The project from the start strived to have an original sound/identity, as well as invoking a spiritual atmosphere and thought-provoking perspective on extraterrestrial reality. The lyrical content heavily focuses on documented UFO encounters, aliens, space, distant civilizations, and all that fascinates us beyond our world and current understanding.

Pre-Order: ufometal.bandcamp.com/album/binary-enigma

Track Listing:

1.Hopinksville Goblins

2.Suspended Colossus

3.Binary Enigma

4.Organic Corridor

5.Cosmic Embrace

6.Traversing the Void

7. M-Triangle

8.Weight of Disclosure

9.Dimensional Nexus Part II

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Line-Up:

Luke Gawel – Rhythm/Effects Guitars, Bass, Synth, Lyrics, Songwriting

Dan Klein – Vocals

Evan Thomas – Drums

Session Members:

Anthony Allen – Lead Guitars/Solos on tracks 2,4,7,8

Steven Chavez – Backing Vocals on tracks 2,3,5,6

facebook.com/ZR1978

instagram.com/zeta_ufo

ufometal.bandcamp.com

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