Evil Meets Evil! Murder FM join ROB ZOMBIE! // "We The We Evil" Now Available on iTunes, Google Play, Amazon & All Major Digital Retailers // www.murderfmmusic.com
We listen to music and talk to people. Watch on cable channel 11 in the Boise area or on-line at http://bit.ly/9Y1PGm. Watch previous shows on YouTube at http://bit.ly/cudJlT (now with pre- and post-show footage). Watch background videos with music on YouTube at http://bit.ly/i6RcqN (now in HD). Join us at MOA's Posterous group (http://bit.ly/hwSIbE) for discussion throughout the week. :) This week's show will not be live, as MOA will be partyin' down in the Creek, rockin' out, and gettin' some sure-to-be-excellent footage. We'll be offering a repeat of our November 20th, 2010 broadcast featuring Jade and crew as well as Scotty Leaton's team's video from Kids' Kamp 2007, and we'll be back live next week! Hope to 'see' you then. :)
Sounds Like: The Misfits, The Ramones, Danzig, Samhain, AFI
Who are the members in ZOMBIE!
ZOMBIE! is a solo project. I write and play everything myself, Eric Weiss.
Which bands to you feel your band is like?
The Misfits, Ramones, Danzig.
How and when did your one man band form?
How: When people would piss me off, I’d sing little jingles in my head abo...See Full Bio
“As a Radio Disc Jockey, there are very few records that are sent in to you that blow your mind, and leave you coming back again and again. However Eric Weiss, AKA “Zombie!”, has brought us a true throwback to the good old days... Zombie!'s “The Outbreak” is a Horrific record, drawing influences from The Misfits, The Ramones, and creating a sound, that while reminiscent of the vintage horror punk sound, remains entirely their own. The album kicks off with “The Return of the Dead,” an ode to classic zombie flicks. The track opens with a blistering solo, brutal enough to melt the faces off of the oncoming horde of undead. The album continues to deliver with tracks such as “Death Rage,” a straightforward punk tune, that while simplistic, gets the blood pumping, and instills a blood lust in the listener. This album is perfect for anyone with a bloodlust for crunchy riffs, gruff vocals, and songs of the dead. So light some candles, dig up a grave, and turn this record up!”