Zeerox began in August 2011 as a Kraut Rock inspired project, although it gradually navigated itself towards more conventional Alternative Rock status as time progressed. The band officially ended in June 2016 having released 2 albums exploring progressively darker subject matter.
Penshaw woolies eat deer (2014)
Four years in the making, the album was recorded 3 times before it ever saw the light of day. The album reflects on the experience of growing up in the confines of a "new town." The album's art, music and lyrics aimed to capture the dystopian feeling associated with these areas in the North East of England. The title is based on a local graffiti in the area.
Frankland Lane (2016)
An evolution in both sound and lyrics, Frankland Lane represented the band at their most polished. The album is named after the area of Durham where the band rehearsed and recorded. The initial concept of the album was exploring the mind of a serial killer. This developed into an exploration of what makes people step outside of societal norms.