Ezekiel Ox

Singer, Musical Artist

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Who is Ezekiel Ox?

Ezekiel Ox is an Australian entertainer, singer/songwriter, film maker, actor and political activist. He is currently the singer for The Nerve as well as Full Scale Deflection, Smash Nova and Over-Reactor. He was previously the singer of Mammal. He was a founding member of the committee for Musicians Against Police Violence in Melbourne. He runs "Fish and Chip Studios", a mobile production house that focuses on limited post production and strong artistic performances. He also performs infrequent spoken word shows, and has authored one self-published book "The Pub". He has been signed by Columbia Records and Shock Records. In November 2011, he signed with Cross-Section Management. He was fully independent from record labels from November 1, 2009 until May 2013, when The Nerve signed with Sydney's Birds Robe Collective. He was the subject of David Krebelj's documentary "Colour, Light, Movement, Sound", which followed his career in Full Scale-Band, has directed many of his own film clips, as well as directing the short "The Boy" and acting in feature films.

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on July 23, 2013

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