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Friday, January 28, 2022

Crazy Zombie sign with Epictronic and announce new album

Spanish rockers Crazy Zombie are glad to announce the signing with Epictronic for the release of their new album “Crystal Reality”.

“Crystal Reality” will be available on the 18th of December, 2020 on all digital platforms worldwide.

The band states:

“We announce, with our hearts filled with great joy and a lot of pride, that we have signed a 4-year agreement with Epictronic, an Italian label highlighted for betting on the new Europeans rock talents, for the release of our music (digital and physical formats) around the world. Thanks to Epictronic, Crazy Zombie will work with Orchard Inc, sub-label of Sony Music Entertainment.”

About the album:

“With Crystal Reality we wanted to create the songs in a deeper and more organic way, both in the recording studio and in the rehearsal room, at the same time that we’re featuring live the songs, just as it was done in the seventies. The album has 11 tracks composed by Fer Valero (music) and Sergi Rodríguez (lyrics), and arranged by all the band (Miguel “Piky Sares”, Roche Espinosa and Julián Carrasco).”

1.The Harvest
2.I´ll Protect The Flame
4.Crazy Zombie
5.An Endless Groove
6.Room Full Of Mirrors
7.Lord Of Sin
8.Under The Sun
9.Something Human
10.To Live In Peace
11.Eastern Dream

Crazy Zombie (CZ) was created at the end of 2016 with the clear aim offering a total show where rock, performances, screenings and lights form an unique and indivisible whole.

Until the present, CZ has performed in the most important venues of Seville: Custom, Fanatic (2 times), Malandar (in support of Estirpe), Even (W.O.A.), and Palo Palo, aside from going to Málaga, Jerez, Huelva, Cádiz, Cáceres and Granada.

The Sevillian band has recorded a single (Under the sun, 2019) and an EP’s (Rebirth, 2019), both at Tempo Estudios (Sevilla). In the area of audiovisual, CZ has made 1 clip, “Lord of Sin” (2019), directed by Karen Gajate, and one teaser lyric, “Eastern Dream” (2020), and “Something Human” by “Piky” Sares.