We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of Zeta’s new song “Perder” (listen below). The track is taken from the band’s sixth album Magia Infinita.
Zeta is a heavy, atmospheric rock band committed to a DIY ethic not solely as a way of navigating the music industry but as a positive force for change in the world. They’ve established a community of visual artists, musicians, and promoters across South America that supports this progressive way of thinking and work together to bring optimism and quality art to everyone they interact with. Zeta seeks to make these interactions more than just a rock show by involving the audience in the sharing of food, culture or simply quality time.
About the band:
Venezuelan experimental post-hardcore band Zeta had a great but slept-on (at least in the US) 2016 album, L’Antiteoria del Todo, and they’re ready to follow it this year with Magia Infinita. After previewing some of the new songs in last year’s Audiotree session, they released three singles so far, “Sufrir,” “Completar” and “Resignar,” and now they just put out a fourth single, “Perder.” Branching out from the prog/jazz/ tendencies of the last album, the new songs are heavier on polyrhythmic percussion (that the band say are influenced by the Afro-Caribbean rhythms native to the Antillas Islands and Mochima Bay, located north of Anzoategui in Venezuela) and psychedelic lead guitar. There are some comparisons to At the Drive In to be made, but Zeta really make it their own, and even if you don’t speak Spanish, it’s easy to feel the emotion in their voices, which goes from a ’90s-screamo-style bark to somber clean singing. Listen their new songs below and stay tuned for their sixth record Magia Infinita that will be released during their show at The Fest in Gainesville, FL.
Now home-based in South Florida, Zeta are characterized by their atmospheric sounds and energetic rhythms, accompanied by profound lyrics that speak of existence, positive consciousness, and being. With a musical career spanning more than a decade, since 2003 they have traveled and communicated through their art with extensive 35 tours throughout the continent from the south to the north, visiting cities such as, Buenos Aires, Mexico City, Lima, Bogota, Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles, Austin, Chicago, New York, and more. The band is also known for sharing not only their art but also a positive life message, creating forums and presentations that touch on issues such as veganism, independent art, and the purpose of our DIY philosophy not only as a way to navigate the music industry but also as a positive force to change the world.