Meet the strangest known band from the pre-punk dayze of glam. A
sound like no other and a story as out there as the The Monks. We're
talking commitment here - spacesuits, Spock ears, even antennae feelers
- onstage, on the street, and wherever they made the scene. ZOLAR-X
spoke their own language, and insisted they really were from outer space
to anyone who could get past their, er, unique hairdos long enough to
A teenage Jello Biafra rolled his eyes when he saw Zolar X
featured in Lenny Kaye's Rock Scene, but never forgot the band. Years
later a semi-official bootleg appeared, and everyone Jello played it for
was floored - the missing link between Chrome and The Stooges?
After a 20-year-hunt for planet Zolar, a fresh listen to the masters revealed a
serious prog side too. At the time, Rock Scene, called them "Pink Floyd
crossed with Black Sabbath." Intrigued yet? Be the first to whip this
out at your next party.
Visit The Zolar X website for more info.