Xeron is from Swedish designer Andreas Nylin at Dustbust Fonts “my inspiration comes from music, movies, internet, video games and almost everything that surrounds me. but my biggest source of inspiration is insomnia.” Xeron is a nice, bold straight lined font with a futuristic feel and some interesting curves shaping the letters. Great for techno CDs, DJ mixtapes, sci fi movie posters, space ship lettering, robot t-shirts, and a lot more. Download Xeron Truetype font.
Carbon Type, from Massachusetts based Vic Fieger at Xaviera Outpost (who also designed the fine Boston Traffic font that had been font posted earlier) is a rough typewriter font, sort of like one used in the X FILES logo. If you are looking for an old, rough, beat up typewriter font than Carbon is a good choice. Download Carbon TTF.
Nada is the creation of Lagalga (aka Heribertro Noguera) from Spain – a super thin edgey techno font that would be comfortable on a nightclub sign or magazine headline… “Esta fuente es para tí y tu prima, haz con ella lo que quieras menos adueñártela y decir que es tuya, porque no lo es, es de lagalga. Por lo demás, NADA más, disfrutalá y que Viva la Masacre….” Download Nada TTF.