Zitter Don’t Know Whether They’re Right Or Wrong

The hard-rocking Swedes pull no punches — musically or lyrically — on their single.

Zitter have a hard time spotting the difference between Right Or Wrong in their new single and video — showcasing today on Tinnitist.

The latest single from the Swedish hard-rock vets’ latest album Angry Bird pulls no punches musically or lyrically. Fuelled by grinding guitars, walloping drums and an anthemic chorus, Right Or Wrong takes aim at the hypocrisy of a society led by those who don’t practise their preachings:

“I’ve been told that life is a gift from God we have to deal with
(Who told you?)
Teachers and preachers and parents and others
I do not have a clue who they are
(Do you believe ’em?)
I don’t know and I don’t care I try to live it on my own
(Sounds good)
But it ain’t easy when everybody says do this and then do that
(Ignore ’em)
I’m so confused
What is right?
What is wrong?”

Thankfully, there’s no mistaking the fact that Zitter get it right. The lineup of Fred Z (vocals/bass), BG (guitar) and MacCalico Adee (software drummer) fuse hard rock with punk into a style they like to call vultureistic beak ’n’ roll machine music. It combines groovy riffs with mechanical precision, as razor-sharp guitars and thundering basslines melt together with steady drum patterns. As the icing of the cake, they add a layer of atmospheric synths to the mix.

Watch the video for Right Or Wrong above, check out Angry Bird below, and fly over to Zitter’s website, Facebook and Instagram.