New Jersey-based rock/punk trio ZERO FOR CONDUCT has issued “Stache,” the new single from their impending CTRL+Z full-length nearing release through Nefarious Industries this month. The song lands as the band prepares for their home turf release show for the album in New Brunswick tomorrow.
ZERO FOR CONDUCT brings forth all things great about indie rock, shoegaze and punk, with a post-rock fringe, their songs reminiscent of The Misfits, fIREHOSE, Dinosaur Jr., Fugazi, Hüsker Dü, Weezer, and more. CTRL+Z was recorded and mixed by Joe Dell’Aquila at Exeter Recordings and mastered by Kim Rosen at Knack Mastering and completed with a cover painting by Keith Crowley.
According to the band, the song “Stache” is about, “Bringing sexy back to date night.”
Nefarious Industries will release CTRL+Z digitally on March 23rd; find preorders and stream two tracks HERE.
ZERO FOR CONDUCT will celebrate CTRL+Z early at a release show this Saturday, March 3rd at the Court Tavern in New Brunswick, where the band will be selling the record ahead of its official street date. Another release show has been booked for the album’s release day, March 23rd in Highland Park. Watch for additional shows to be announced throughout the months ahead.
ZERO FOR CONDUCT Live:
3/03/2018 Court Tavern – New Brunswick, NJ w/ Bodega Satellite, GayGuy/StraightGuy, San Tropez [info]
3/23/2018 Pino’s – Highland Park, NJ w/ The Nowhere, Gold Streets
Having released a split single with Eastern Anchors through Nefarious Industries in 2014, New Brunswick, returns to the label with their second album, CTRL+Z. With eight new tracks packed into a half-hour of mayhem, ZERO FOR CONDUCT delivers a wild ride through Downtown Post-Punkville on CTRL+Z. The trio’s slick hooks and quirky melodies are countered with pounding rhythms, all boasting a barrage of entertaining and infectious tales of everything from non-compliance to nonsense and everywhere to the side.