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Send More Paramedics / Zombie Apocalypse - Tales Told By Dead Men
1. Zombie Apocalypse - Just Meat
2. Zombie Apocalypse - God I Hope The Data Is Lying
3. Zombie Apocalypse - Breaking Off Fingers
4. Zombie Apocalypse - Murder Be A Lady Tonight
5. Zombie Apocalypse - Tale Told By A Dead Man
6. Send More Paramedics - From The Void
8. Send More Paramedics - Zombie Versus Shark
9. Send More Paramedics - Funeral
10. Send More Paramedics -Nothing Tastes Like This
11. Send More Paramedics - This Is the Place of Wailing and The
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Proving the saying ' Dead Men Tell No Tales' is a complete lie, Zombie Apocalypse and Send More Paramedics combine their brain thirst to form an audio pincer movement on humanity. Thrashcore to the max from both bands.

You'll already be familiar with Leeds favourite putrefying thrash band Send More Paramedics: and you can rest assured that they still want to ingest your cranial juices while playing gonzoid retro thrashcore.

This split release pairs them with kindred spirits Zombie Apocalypse (side project to Shai Hulud), who hail from the rotting core of the Big Apple and are guaranteed to get your limbs flailing for one last mosh before you're overrun by the undead.

"What do we need?" "BRAINS.."


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You'll already be familiar with Leeds' favourite putrefying thrash band Send More Paramedics: and you can rest assured that they still want to ingest your cranial juices while playing gonzoid retro thrashcore. This split release pairs them with kindred spirits Zombie Apocalypse, who hail from the rotting core of the Big Apple and are guaranteed to get your limbs flailing for one last mosh before you're overrun by the undead.

Terrorizer 8/10
Forget straightedge, NYHC and emo/screamo; zombiecore is where it's at. The dead will inherit the Earth and this is the soundtrack as two undead punk crews slug it out on this festering maggot-filled split. Zombie Apocalypse feature Matt Fox and Matt Fletcher from Shai Hulud delving into their deepest living dead fantasies with stunning results. Pulverising hardcore punk blasts propel their fetid tales of life after death way beyond the grave and far into the pitch black night. Meanwhile Send More Paramedics are not 'Dawn Of The Dead' style shambling, mindless walking dead. Instead, their zombie hardcore is '28 Days Later' - running at you, teeth gnashing, fingers clawed, eyes red with blood lust. The bastard children of George Romero and Slayer, they deliver once again; their thrash punk is the perfect accompaniment for manic mindless flesh-eating hordes.

Metal Hammer 8/10
Zombiecore (a mix of hardcore punk and thrash with lyrics about undead creatures that subsist in grey matter, if you hadn't alreadly guessed) is ruled by the superb Send More Paramedics, who are a fucking blast, mixing up Slayer, Minor Threat and Suicidal Tendencies. New songs such as 'Zombie Versus Shark' could easily have come from last year's superb 'The Hallowed & The Heathen'. Zombie Apocalypse, however, deal in a particularly brutal. executed hardcore, 'Tales Told By A Dead Man' with it's cheeky Slayer steal and demented piano solo lifts.

Room Thirteen 12/13
Probably the two of the finest purveyors of zombiecore, Leeds Send More Paramedics and New York's Zombie Apocalypse have managed to create a split album soundtrack to zombie B-Movie from hell. Up first are Zombie Apocalypse, the side project of the legendary hardcore band Shai Hulud's Matt Fox and Matt Fletcher. Whilst Shai Hulud are on hiatus, Zombie Apocalypse are blasting out ferocious metalcore tinged with imagery of cult horror films. The first two tracks Just Meat and God I Hope The Data Is Lying in typical hardcore style smash into the listener like a pack of the living dead waiting to eat your brains. Breaking Off Fingers almost reads like Cannibal Corpse song as the gore obsessed lyrics verge on death metal. Inserts from zombie cult films make this a creepy record to listen to. Tale Told By A Dead Man switches between spoken word delivery and vocals worthy of shredding vocal chords. Leeds own Send More Paramedics are certainly giving the Americans are run for their money touring with the awesome Avenged Sevenfold and tours lined up with goth punks Tiger Army and pop punk legends The Offspring, the nutters from up North have got everything going for them. From The Void sounds like Slayer jamming with The Misfits with Minor Threat vocals, giving it more of bonkers sound. Funeral has Danzig-esque lyrics being roared at break-neck pace that would make the evil Elvis smile with murderous intent. Send More Paramedics are definitely the missing link between Eighties thrash metal and old school hardcore punk. This spilt release is brainlessly heavy and the two bands complement each other so well. The dead will walk tonight and this is the sound that will raise them.

 



 
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