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ZP Theart Interview – Headbangers Balls Tour, Glasgow 4th August 2013

ZP Theart of iAMi

During their recent visit to Glasgow as part of the Headbangers Balls Tour in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust we caught up with iAMi frontman ZP Theart before their set to discuss the band, their future, Scottish hospitality and much more. LINKS: www.iamiofficial.com www.facebook.com/iamiofficial Find out more about the Headbangers …

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I am I Bloodstock interview 2012.

So I had the chance to meet ZP Theart and really get to know about the new formation of I am I. We went  into detail about their new album release, which is to be the 17th September, so watch this space for more updates. The band are a four piece …

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Interview with ZP Theart, I am I – May 2012

Former Dragonforce frontman ZP Theart is back with his new band, I am I.  They played their first ever gig a week ago at the Academy 2 in Birmingham.  Between soundcheck and them playing I sat down with ZP to ask him some questions about his music, his new band, …

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I am I, Primitai & Achilla – Birmingham Academy 2, 27th May 2012

Tonights show was to be the first ever gig by I am I, the new band founded by former Dragonforce singer, ZP Theart.  Support was Primitai and Achilla. When Achilla came on stage, there weren’t many people in the audience unfortuantely – I suspect the glorious sunshine meant that a …

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I Am I- Event Horizon.

  So mere weeks after Dragonforce release their new album with new vocalist Marc Hudson, their previous vocalist ZP Theart returns all guns blazing with his new band I Am I and an excellent debut album Event Horizon! I’ve always thought ZP was overlooked in Dragonforce as the guitar work …

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Green River Project – Green River Project e.p

  3 songs out of the 7 on the self titled e.p by London based Green River Project are instrumentals. That may seem excessive at 1st but on listening to the guitar histrionics by founder member Mick Priestley then its a bit of a no brainer.  Be it his gentle …

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