Zombie Picnic - Rise Of A New Ideology download mp3 album
Rise of a New Ideology by Zombie Picnic, released 09 March 2018 1. Democracy Cannot Survive 2. They See Science as Dangerous 3. DEFCON 4. Life-Support Systems 5. See Beyond 6. Anger in Storage (Denial Will Follow) This is the second album by Irish post-rock proggers Zombie Picnic. Side A is the full Rise of a New Ideology album and Side B contains nearly 40 minutes of live tracks, demo recordings and various outtakes from the Zombie Picnic archive.
ZOMBIE PICNIC is an oddball in the post-rock world. The band name connotes some sort of apocalyptic musical vision but it cranks out more of a happy vibe than not even when the heavy rock parts are cranked up. Nothing menacing at all by this quartet from Limerick, Ireland that consists of Jim Griffin (guitar), Dave Tobin (guitar), Brian Fitzgerald (bass) and Brendan Miller (drums). The album consists of six tracks with the first two being the longest at over nine minutes. The remaining are shorter and to the point with none exceeding six minutes.
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Side A is the full Rise of a New Ideology album and Side B contains nearly 40 minutes of previously unreleased live tracks, demo recordings and various outtakes from the Zombie Picnic archive.
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Zombie Picnic also throw in quite a few surprises along this six-track journey. There are pinches of psych and space rock in a way it feels retro and kind of takes you back to that 60s/70s feel, but the modern and clean production bring you back to this day and age. If you usually think prog is all about the individualism and virtuosity, I can assure you their flavour is somewhat unique. This is prog minus the wankery. There’s plenty of wiggle room for all instruments and they all play a crucial part. Rise Of A New Ideology is a great album and flows like a gem as a whole. I love how the track ‘DEFCON’ starts softly with the drums and guitar simmering away and how it reaches boiling point. The guitar effects and pedal usage is insane. See Beyond’ has a bit of a Classic Rock feel to it.