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Pittsburgh’ progressive duo ZOMBI has released a free digital EP featuring thetrack “Slow Oscillations” as well as four fan-made remixes of the song. The remixes were hand-picked by the group as part of a Self-Titled Magazine contest and include a version by Ipecac recording artist, Dälek. The EP is currently available for free download exclusively via Amazon MP3 at this location.
“Slow Oscillations” is taken from ZOMBI’s fourth full-length album, Escape Velocity, which was released this past May and can currently be streamed via their Bandcamp page here. The group has also recently announced a pair of festival appearances in the UK and France, with dates available below.
ZOMBI TOUR DATES:
Oct 21 Paris, France as part of BBmix Festival
Oct 22 Birmingham, UK as part of Supersonic Festival
ZOMBI are also the cover stars of the April/May 2011 print issue of Rock-A-Rolla. The cover can be seen at this location and is on newsstands now as well as available online here.
Escape Velocity, the follow-up to 2009 Learn More
ZOMBI has also recently seen the release of a split 12?with MASERATI via Temporary Residence Ltd. Audio samples taken from the split and Spirit Animal can be heard now via the band's MySpace page: MySpace.com/ZOMBI.
Additionally, ZOMBI will embark on their first-ever tour of Japan this weekend. The sci-fi instrumental rock duo will team-up with JESU starting November 25 at Club Quattro in Tokyo. A listing of confirmed tour dates can be found in the tour section.
ZOMBI are nearing completion of the writing process for their follow-up album to Surface To Air. The band will enter the studio later this year to begin recording for an expected Spring 2008 release date.
The sci-fi instrument rock duo will team-up with JESU starting November 25 at Club Quattro in Tokyo. A listing of confirmed tour dates can be found in the tour section and additional guests will be announced shortly.
ZOMBI drummer A.E. Paterra comments on the tour: We are eagerly anticipating our trip to Japan, as it will be a first for both of us. We haven't played together since April, and are excited to play in front of a new audience, as well as to share the stage with Jesu.?
ZOMBI are nearing completion of the writing process for their follow-up album to Surface To Air. Paterra hints of their work so far; The album signifies a new direction for the band, at times familiar, but also very different.?The band will enter the studio later this year to begin recording for an expected Spring 2008 release date.
Additionally, the band has launched an online merchandise store via Shirtkiller.com. Full details can be accessed here: http://www.shirtkiller.com/LiteCommerce/cart.php?target=category&category_id=278 Learn More
Horror Business, which has seen select viewings across the country at premiers and movie festivals, will see its DVD release March 13th through Image Entertainment. The outrageously entertaining documentary follows filmmaker Christopher P. Garetano on a two year journey to discover what possesses people to become horror filmmakers. Armed with nothing but a camera and a microphone, Garetano visits independent filmmakers on and off their sets. Notable interviews include Mark Borchardt (American Movie) and Dave Gebroe (Zombie Honeymoon), along with monster movie personalities like Herschell Gordon Lewis (Blood Feast), Joe Bob Briggs (cult film critic & author), and Sid Haig (Spider Baby, The Devils Rejects). Horror Business is a timeless essay of popcorn generation nostalgia and behind-the-scenes moments that just may prove "movie making really is no way to spend a life."
Samples of Moore's score for Horror Business can be heard via his MySpace page: www.myspace.com/stevemoore2600.
Additionally, Moore guests on the upcoming PANTHERS release The Trick due out April 10th on Vice Records. Learn More
The sci-fi instrumental rock duo will team-up with TRANS AM starting April 10 in Washington, DC for nearly a month's worth of dates across the country. A listing of confirmed tour dates, including a one-off ZOMBI / TRANS AM date in Pittsburgh in late February, can be found in the tour section with more to be announced soon. ZOMBI drummer A.E. Paterra comments on the tour: "I am very excited at the opportunity to tour with TRANS AM - I never thought I would share the stage with a band that has influenced me so heavily as a musician. One show would be enough, but doing 20+ should be a really amazing time." ZOMBI bass / synth player Steve Moore adds: I'm stoked to be on tour with TRANS AM as well as PSYCHIC PARAMOUNT, who are absolutely incredible - one of my favorite bands right now for sure.?PSYCHC PARAMOUNT will open select dates on the tour.
Additionally, ZOMBI has recently seen the release of their first horror score when Murder Set Pieces saw its DVD release via Lions Gate Films on January 9th. Murder Set Pieces, written and directed by Nick Palumbo in 2004, is a gruesome story about a serial killer, known only as The Photographer?(Sven Garrett), who spends his nights cruising the Vegas Strip in search of beautiful young girls to sate his maniacal appetite for sex and murder. I'm very happy for Nick,?says ZOMBI's Moore, He worked hard on this movie, and had a long struggle over the rights to release the film. It is a very challenging film, and hopefully he didn't have to compromise his vision to receive an "R" rating - though admittedly the original unrated cut was really extreme!?
Between touring and scoring movies, ZOMBI has begun writing for their follow-up album to Surface To Air. The band hopes to enter the studio later this year for a 2008 release. Learn More
The sci-fi instrumental rock duo will begin the tour in late November in Washington, DC, making their way up through the North-East U.S. and into Canada. Joining ZOMBI on various dates throughout the tour are ICEY DEMONS (ex-MAN MAN, NEED NEW BODY), MASERATI and a special appearance from Ben Weinman and Chris Pennie of THE DILLINGER ESCAPE PLAN's experimental jazz project. A complete listing of these PopMatters.com sponsored tour dates can be found in the tour section.
ZOMBI have been touring almost non-stop since the May release of Surface To Air, recently completing cross-country stints with DON CABALLERO and Touch and Go artists SUPERSYSTEM. Learn More
ZOMBI will pair up with Touch and Go's SUPERSYSTEM (formerly Dischord act GUAPO) for a four-week tour circling the U.S. and including Eastern Canada. A listing of announced dates can be found in the tour section with more to be announced soon.
ZOMBI have been touring almost non-stop since the May release of it's critically-acclaimed Surface To Air album, and are currently on an extensive Western U.S. run of dates supporting label mates DON CABALLERO.
The band has recently seen the vinyl release of Surface To Air courtesy of Hypertension Records and an ultra-limited vinyl release of their Digitalis tour EP courtesy of Static Records (ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE, TARENTEL). ZOMBI will also have a limited, deluxe LP edition of it's first record Cosmos issued by 3XM Productions later this year. Learn More
ZOMBI will begin the tour with ISIS on July 17 in Amsterdam and conclude on July 22 in Birmingham, U.K. where the tour joins with the critically-acclaimed Supersonic Festival. Immediately following, ZOMBI will join with THRONES for an extended run in the United Kingdom and Belgium. A complete listing of ZOMBI tour dates can be found in the tour section.
ZOMBI will also see the vinyl release of Surface To Air in Europe during this time courtesy of Hypertension Records (STARKWEATHER, AMEN RA). The LP release show for Surface To Air will take place on July 30 in Antwerpen, Belgium. ZOMBI's Digitalis tour EP will also seeing a limited vinyl release in July via Static Records (ACID MOTHERS TEMPLE, TARENTEL). Learn More