Zero-85 is a cult Belarusian band from Byalystok (Eastern Poland). They started their career in early 2000s, won the young artists’ contest at then prominent Basowiszcza 2001 festival and started recording their debut album.

It was re-recorded several times and released only in early 2017 together with the split announcement. “Turritopsis Nutricula” (named after the special kind of jellyfish, which according to scientists can effectively live forever), is a loud and epic 80-minute journey through complex and tense 5 to 11 minute powerful alternative rock songs, well represented by “Pomarium Meum” (“My Garden”).


Zero-85 on Bandcamp, Facebook.

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