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Adam, Marki and Doc form new band: Shotgun Zero!

by on Jun.02, 2009, under Side Projects

With Nitidus now officially on indefinite hiatus, Marki, Adam and myself (Doc) have reformed under the name Shotgun Zero.

Shotgun Zero (first promo photo)After performing several shows as a three piece (including an incredible show with the Hoodoo Gurus) and writing some exciting new songs, it became clear that the Nitidus name was no longer relevant to the band we have become.  It has been a long and gruelling struggle to find a new name, but we finally picked Shotgun Zero and are now moving ahead to create more new sounds.

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Spread the word, Shotgun Zero is here and ready to rock your world!

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We’re going to NZ!

by on Jan.19, 2009, under Shows

It’s 2009 so we thought it was time to do something big.  Nitidus will be making a rare once-in-a-lifetime performance at this year’s A.R.E.A 9 festival in New Zealand, the land where it all began!

Here’s the low down from the A.R.E.A 9 Myspace:

A.R.E.A. 9 Festival poster A.R.E.A 9 Music Festival will be held Waitangi weekend (6-8 Feb) 2009. It will feature some of New Zealand’s top musicians and entertainment personalities, as well as featuring some of New Zealand’s favourite extreme sports. Here at A.R.E.A 9 we are proud kiwis and want to celebrate our great New Zealand lifestyle but also want to contribute to the preservation of one of New Zealand’s rarest birds, the Black Stilt. Held “somewhere” in the heart of the MacKenzie Country, South Canterbury A.R.E.A 9 is preparing to be a festival that kiwis will look forward to and embrace with extreme dedication. So watch this space for more info as we create an event not to live without.

Marki, Doctor K, Adam and PC will reunite on stage at 4:30am on Saturday 7th February 2009. We’re super excited and can’t wait to meet all our kiwi fans there.

Early bird tickets have already sold out, but tickets are still on sale for $200 plus booking fee.  48 hours of non-stop music at picturesque Lake Ohau, it’s certainly going to be a weekend to remember!

A.R.E.A 9 is presented by the The Mission Controlled Events Company Ltd.

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