Heroes & Zeros

Oslo, No
Artist / Band / Musician
Rock / Indie / Alternative
Nightliner / Universal
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The road from their humble beginnings in Lillesand to becoming one of Oslos most promising young bands has been rather short for Heroes & Zeros, and today they're a part of the Norwegian rock elite.
Live, Heroes & Zeros are a tight and wicked act that easily blows all colleagues right off the stage.
Heroes & Zeros released their first EP, Circles, in june 2006. After signing with Nightliner / Universal Music Norway (Norway only) the band spent the winter 2006/07 in the studio with producer Thomas Tofte, recording their debut album "Strange Constellations". The singels "Cellophane", "Into The Light", "A Strange Constellation", "Oslo Fadeout" and "The Foolproof" all got heavy airplay, and the "Strange Constellations" album was released in Norway to critical acclaim in late April 07. "Strange Constellations" got two nominations in the Norwegian equivalent to the Grammys, Spellemanns-prisen.
Since their humble live debut the band has mesmerized audiences all over Norway, touring extensively as well as playing main-stages at Norway's biggest festivals such as Øya, Norwegian Wood, Quart and Hove. Moreover, the press and audience alike seem to agree that Heroes & Zeros is one of, if not, the best live band in Norway.
The band's live appearances are sonically intense. At times they sound more like a six piece then merely a trio, and this is achieved, mind you, with a passion for hard work, attention to details and musicianship rather than playing along to backing-track.
In the summer of 2008 Heroes & Zeros released a mini-album in Norway documenting their live shows so far. It features five previously released tracks, four of which are radically rearranged and improvised versions.
February 2009 the band released "Strange Constellations" in Germany, Switzerland and Austria to rave reviews and massive airplay for both "Oslo Fadeout" and "Into the light".
Heroes & Zeros released their second album, "Simian Vices Modern Devices" in Norway march 2009 to citical acclaim and heavy airplay for both singles "Simian Vices" and "Cipramillion" (featuring Anne Lise Frøkedal of Harrys Gym and I Was A King). "SVMD" is a massive and dark rock album who shows a more aggressive and progressive side of the band. The album made it 15 on the norwegian top 40 charts.

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