Jupiter Zeus - On Earth CD



Tucked away in Perth, Western Australia’s Secret Harbour, Jupiter Zeus are the very definition of a band who seem to have come from nowhere... but their arrival – laden with walls of guitar, hypnotic rhythms and almost psychedelic vocals – is far from quiet.

Debuting with the stunning Green Mosquito EP, it’s quite apparent that Jupiter Zeus aren’t exactly first timers. Their previous incarnation, Nebula, boasted a similarly cosmic slant to the heavier side of rock, and the band were breaking ground in South East Asia, earning solid fan-bases in Indonesia and Malaysia. With a similarly global scope, but the advantage of experience at their disposal, Jupiter Zeus are looking past the horizon of the Indian Ocean to a big world of endless possibilities.

At its heart, the band’s music is about songs... epic, soaring and teaming with hooks. The decorations they put on these songs – tastes of the last 30 years of rock music – identify and define the band on a more specific, potent level. Atoms of worlds colliding, exploding into new compounds and creating new life. A self-evolving universe of sound.

So it’s time to get out of Secret Harbour for a while and hit the road... see what’s out there. From the stage or simply blasting in your car; the sound of Jupiter Zeus is as monolithic and grand as their namesakes.

Jupiter Zeus is:

  • Simon Staltari - Vocals, Guitar
  • Aidrian Vudrag - Drums
  • Jeremy Graham - Bass
  • Michael Lawson - Guitar

Track Listing

  1. Waves
  2. Over
  3. Cosmic Rays
  4. I am
  5. Psychotic Seeds
  6. Talkback Caller
  7. Divinity
  8. The Sum Of
  9. Co-Creators
  10. Waiting in a Line
  11. State of Mind

Find out more at www.jupiter zeus.com or their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/jupiterzeusrock



Barcode # 888174629599
Brand Band CD's
Shipping Weight 0.0900kg
Shipping Width 0.140m
Shipping Height 0.010m
Shipping Length 0.130m
Shipping Cubic 0.000182000m3
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Jupiter Zeus - Staff Review

By: on 12 May 2016
One of my favourite CD's I've bought this year. For those who like big Sabbath, Led Zep style riffs with dark brooding lyrics. Stoner Rock at its finest and interesting soundscapes. Worth a long listen!

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