As Punk has lost at the end of the 80's its aggressiveness and hardness a lot of many new bands formed and choose a new direction in terms of punk rock. So here is a good example: Destination Zero, four piece from Hamburg with ex-members of Slime (Elf, guitars + vox) and Razzia (P. Siegler, drums) and they play a solid Rock'n'Roll with a dark touch and nasty words. Their first sign of life are on the great Hamburg '88 compilation with two cuts, 'Kicks' is also on this debut album but in a different version I think, released by the Reeperbahn label Bitzcore, this album struck me like a bomb, hard, excellent production and with a powerful sound that brings houses to collape, really a fat singular release. In 1990 they recorded their second called "Survive" and one year later the last, a mini LP (Mr.Evil), both by Ruff & Roll Recordings released. In the same year the band broke up and Elf played again with Slime. - What's left: a cool album with many highlights!