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TONIGHT is the night Tucson ❤️ Doors open at 7pm, music starts at 745. Tickets are still available online for $10 each, you can also get them at the door for the same price. All ages event, bring the family and let’s have a fun night & celebrate our icon! Chester Bennington Tribute
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Church (ex-Mushroomhead) has announced the release of the ‘UnHUMAN BEINGS’ EP, available exclusively from Zombie Shark Records. The 3-song EP features ex-Mushroomhead guitarist Thomas Church, who is also a current member of the Jeffrey Nothing solo project; and ex-Mushroomhead vocalist Waylon Reavis, a current member of A Killer's Confession.

A teaser video featuring the song “Become the Enemy” can be viewed here: youtu.be/MchXHeEjEow

All pre-orders include a free, immediate download of the track “Become the Enemy”, available at www.zombieshark.net

‘UnHUMAN BEINGS’ Track List:

01 - Become the Enemy
02 - Cannibal
03 - Hold the Blame
04 - Cannibal (Remix)

Links:

www.zombieshark.net
www.zombiesharkrecords.com
www.facebook.com/TChurchOfficial
www.facebook.com/WaylonReavisAKC
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Church (ex-Mushroomhead) have announced the release of the ‘UnHUMAN BEINGS’ EP, available exclusively from Zombie Shark Records. The 3 song EP features ex-Mushroomhead guitarist Thomas Church, who is also a current member of the Jeffrey Nothing solo project; and ex-Mushroomhead vocalist Waylon Reavis, a current member of A Killer's Confession.

A teaser video featuring the song “Become the Enemy” can be viewed here: youtu.be/MchXHeEjEow

All pre-orders include a free, immediate download of the track “Become the Enemy”, available at www.zombieshark.net

‘UnHUMAN BEINGS’ Track List:

01 - Become the Enemy
02 - Cannibal
03 - Hold the Blame
04 - Cannibal (Remix)

Links:

www.zombieshark.net
www.zombiesharkrecords.com
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www.facebook.com/WaylonReavisAKC
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July 28th, 2019 marks the 3rd Anniversary of Zombie Shark Records! It also happens to be the first day of Shark Week!

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July 28th, 2019 marks the 3rd Anniversary of Zombie Shark Records! It also happens to be the first day of Shark Week! We will be celebrating our artists present and past with amazing deals, promotions, and specials! Let's party! Thanks for 3 JAWESOME years! You rock!

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July 28th, 2019 marks the 3rd Anniversary of Zombie Shark Records! It also happens to be the first day of Shark Week! We will be celebrating our artists present and past with amazing deals, promotions, specials, and FREEBIES! Let's party! Thanks for 3 JAWESOME years! You rock!

Go check out new music from bands like BlackStar Republic, NoSelf, Kaosis, and Lethal Injektion!

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Brand new single ✨Back To Life✨ Featuring Ricky Elam available everywhere now!!! Really need all of our people to get behind this one 🙏🏻
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JUNK - "Pop Rock Genocide"

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Billy Blair's JUNK have released the official music video for "Pop Rock Genocide", directed by Todd Jenkins and filmed at Moxley Manor Haunted House in Bedford, Texas. The Dallas, Texas rock trio inked a worldwide deal with Zombie Shark Records recently and will be releasing an official EP, to be announced soon.

JUNK is fronted by guitarist and vocalist, Billy Blair (Surgeon General, Mother Truckin Skull Diggers, Earshot, Love Stricken Demise) who is also a prolific actor and has appeared in such films as Machete, Machete Kills, The Last Stand, Jonah Hex, and Sin City: A Dame To Kill For. The three-piece is rounded out by bassist and vocalist, Benjamin K. Bachman (Never Mind The Darkness, Zativah Kid), who has also produced various solo albums and material for film, and drummer Brian Klein (July Alley, Shadow Reichenstein).

Blair states, "We are beyond pleased to be a part of a label that believes in its bands and has our backs.. and that label is Zombie Shark Records! Horror movies and rock n roll in a gift bag!"

The band takes influence from a wide range of artists such as Billy Idol, SOUNDGARDEN, Danzig, INXS, Dooby Brothers, and Alice In Chains and has shared the stage with bands such as Skid Row, Dokken, Faster Pussycat, and Steel Panther.

The track was recorded and produced at Soundhaven Studios in Rockwall, TX by Jason Schauer and was mixed by Travis Wyrick (P.O.D.,10 Years, Shinedown). The song will be featured in the upcoming horror/comedy movie CHEROKEE CREEK.

Purchase JUNK tunes at www.zombieshark.net

LINKS:
www.facebook.com/Junktx/
www.billyblair.com/
www.imdb.com/name/nm3046228/
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Are you following Lethal Injektion on Spotify yet? Hit that follow button, and add your favorite track or tracks to your playlists ✔️
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Pre-Save now on Spotify. Preorders available on all other outlets June 30th! Single drops July 12th 🔥
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Texas Industrial Rockers BlackStar Republic have released their sophomore album ‘Humanatti’ produced by Josh Johnson at Great Interstellar Studio. The band combines styles that span across many genres; mixing industrial elements and old-school rock and metal influences with modern a modern twist.

The band has released an official music video for the track, “Nuclear Hollywood”, which can be viewed here: youtu.be/8Hg6MTnGOVU

The band recently inked a deal with Zombie Shark Records, founded by Noah "Shark" Robertson; drummer for bands such as Jeffrey Nothing (Ex-Mushroomhead), Motograter, and The Browning. Blackstar Republic released the following statement in regards to the signing, “We are very excited to have joined forces with Zombie Shark Records and Noah “Shark” Robertson for the release of our new album ‘Humanatti’. This is an album we worked on for a while and took some risks in doing things we haven’t done before. We feel we kept the intensity of our past work but also added more melodic moments and harmonies. It crosses in and out of some metal genres. We have never wanted to be put in a certain genre box. We can’t wait to get these songs to the masses!”

‘Humanatti’ is available at www.zombieshark.net and major streaming sites such as iTunes, Amazon, and more.

‘Humanatti’ Tracklist:

Humanatti
Dead Man Walking
Nuclear Hollywood (Apocalyptic Mix)
Desensitized
She’s the Devil
Animalistic
Xciter (Featuring Steve Page from RIVETHEAD)
Shell-Shocked

BlackStar Republic formed in the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas in 2014. The band released an EP in 2016 and the 2017 full-length album, ‘Wolves of War’, produced by Grammy winner Eric Delegard. The group has been steadily building a loyal fan base over the years performing with artists such as Buckcherry, Flaw, A Killer’s Confession, KING 810, 12 Stones, Warbeast, Sons of Texas, Vyces, Invidia, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, and more. With appearances at Rocklahoma and Ride For Dime, regular airplay on Dallas’ 97.1 The Eagle, and a song featured in the horror comedy ‘Cherokee Creek’ - BlackStar Republic show no signs of slowing down.

Upcoming Dates:

June 22 - Ratfest - Fort Worth, TX
July 13 - Railhead - Lawton, OK
July 18 - Gas Monkey - Dallas, TX
Aug 10 - Ridglea Theater - Fort Worth, TX

BlackStar Republic is:

Ian: Guitars and Vocals
Biggs: Bass and Lead Vocals
Cameron Murrell: Guitar.
Petey Deathgroove: Drums

Links:

blackstarrepublicband.com
www.facebook.com/pg/BlackStar-Republic-219720128213767
www.zombiesharkrecords.com
www.zombieshark.net
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TODAY Friday, June 28th, 2019 - Texas Industrial Rockers, BlackStar Republic, have released their sophomore album, ‘Humanatti’, produced by Josh Johnson at Great Interstellar Studio. The band combines styles that span across many genres; mixing industrial elements and old-school rock and metal influences with modern a modern twist.

The band has released an official music video for the track, “Nuclear Hollywood”, which can be viewed here: youtu.be/8Hg6MTnGOVU

The band recently inked a deal with Zombie Shark Records, founded by Noah "Shark" Robertson; drummer for bands such as Jeffrey Nothing (Ex-Mushroomhead), Motograter, and The Browning. Blackstar Republic released the following statement in regards to the signing, “We are very excited to have joined forces with Zombie Shark Records and Noah “Shark” Robertson for the release of our new album ‘Humanatti’. This is an album we worked on for a while and took some risks in doing things we haven’t done before. We feel we kept the intensity of our past work but also added more melodic moments and harmonies. It crosses in and out of some metal genres. We have never wanted to be put in a certain genre box. We can’t wait to get these songs to the masses!”

‘Humanatti’ is available at www.zombieshark.net and major streaming sites such as iTunes, Amazon, and more.

‘Humanatti’ Tracklist:

Humanatti
Dead Man Walking
Nuclear Hollywood (Apocalyptic Mix)
Desensitized
She’s the Devil
Animalistic
Xciter (Featuring Steve Page from RIVETHEAD)
Shell-Shocked

BlackStar Republic formed in the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas in 2014. The band released an EP in 2016 and the 2017 full-length album, ‘Wolves of War’, produced by Grammy winner Eric Delegard. The group has been steadily building a loyal fan base over the years performing with artists such as Buckcherry, Flaw, A Killer’s Confession, KING 810, 12 Stones, Warbeast, Sons of Texas, Vyces, Invidia, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, and more. With appearances at Rocklahoma and Ride For Dime, regular airplay on Dallas’ 97.1 The Eagle, and a song featured in the horror comedy ‘Cherokee Creek’ - BlackStar Republic show no signs of slowing down.

Upcoming Dates:

June 22 - Ratfest - Fort Worth, TX
July 13 - Railhead - Lawton, OK
July 18 - Gas Monkey - Dallas, TX
Aug 10 - Ridglea Theater - Fort Worth, TX

BlackStar Republic is:

Ian: Guitars and Vocals
Biggs: Bass and Lead Vocals
Cameron Murrell: Guitar.
Petey Deathgroove: Drums

Links:

blackstarrepublicband.com
www.facebook.com/pg/BlackStar-Republic-219720128213767
www.zombiesharkrecords.com
www.zombieshark.net
www.facebook.com/zombiesharkrecords
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NEW BlackStar Republic ALBUM THIS FRIDAY! 6/28/2019
Pre-order wherever digital music is sold or at www.zombieshark.net

BlackStar Republic
Here it is!!! The music video for Nuclear Hollywood!! It took a lot of hard work and time but we are very proud of this! Thank you Todd Jenkins for directing and editing this! Get our new album Humanatti which includes our hit Nuclear Hollywood! now on all digital outlets!! Like and subscribe too!! youtu.be/8Hg6MTnGOVU
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When we pulled up to Tom Cats yesterday evening. I saw Black Star Republic band members out side I was like that's them to my boyfriend. He said go say hi. N i kid u not I jumped out my tahoe walked to the back turned around n jumped right back in. I was so nervous n Star struck, or should I say shell shocked. But finally I got out n said hi. They were the coolest down to earth guys. See i've listened to them so much on Spotify, in my mind they are as big as glorious sons & fever 333, but better cause I like there music more. I got 2 shirts n both of there CD's. There performance was perfect, they had it down like they had been touring day after day. Every song well written & tuned in with the band, making each one unique. All of them brought energy to the stage, making you want to play along with them. This band has what it takes to go big.
Thank you guys again. Can wait to see you'll preform again.
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I'll be attending the Wayne Static Memorial Tribute Show tonight at Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill & Gas Monkey Live - I had a chance to get to know Wayne a little bit touring with Static-X when I was in The Browning. I wanted to post up this interview I did with him for a rock/metal magazine, shortly before he passed away. RIP Wayne Static, you are missed! <3

Interview by Noah-Shark Robertson

*There have been a lot of bands from your era that aren’t around anymore. Static X has been around for 18 years or so, how does it feel to know that you’re relevant today and still have a strong following?
It’s cool man, it’s awesome! Seriously, that’s why I give a shout-out every night to the fans. I never expected to get signed, or put out a record, or tour, or do anything really. I started this band just for fun, just to have a good time. I had given up on all that gettin’ signed crap. I got signed when I was 32 years old, I had already given up. I lied about my age, because I was afraid they wouldn’t sign an old guy, you know?
*Wow! When you first got signed you looked really young! I thought you were 22 years old!
Yeah, I’m 46 now so I guess it really doesn’t matter…but, yeah I guess it’s a testament to the fact that I created something new. It was not following any trends at the time. You look at some of the other so called “new metal” bands that came out, and Static got bumped in with that in the 90’s…we don’t sound anything like that, never have.
*Definitely not! I think your music is a little more timeless than a lot of the other bands that were out around that time.
Absolutely, absolutely. I always thought we were more like a Ministry, Skinny Puppy kind of thing.
*I think a lot of your fans would consider you more of an industrial band, than a new metal band.
Yeah, but even that doesn’t work for me, because a lot of those bands don’t capture the same energy live. They’re really stiff sounding, and I think first and foremost Static X has always been a live band. I think I come at it a different way than most industrial bands would.
*I’ve always wanted to ask if there was any special meaning or story behind the band name, Static X?
Actually, I wanted to call the band Wisconsin Death Trip. That was gonna be the name of the band. Our manager thought that was too long, which is probably right, it is kind of a long name…better as an album title. I’m a big Star Trek fan and they create a big static warp field to make the ship go into warp speed. (laughs) So then I was like “Static Warp Field!” But I was like “No, that sounds gay.” So then it was just Static for a long time. When we went to put out Wisconsin Death Trip our legal department came across all these Static this and Static that bands and they were like “You better change your name, or you’re gonna get sued.” So, then we added an X to it just to kind of make it different, and it actually turned out really cool. The funny thing is, in the beginning, I didn’t like the X…I hated it. I would say “The X is silent!” I was so pissed off that we had to change our name, because we had already toured under the name Static. Anyways, that’s the story of how the whole Static X thing came about.
*Do you get a really big response overseas? Or is your biggest following mainly here in the States?
It’s all in the US. We do okay in Australia too, but it’s primarily the US. There’s so many bands that go to Europe and say they do really great there, but I never have. I’ve been there so many times and I can’t make money there. I missed the opportunity because of 9/11. We were set to go over and do a tour with Pantera, Slayer, Static X…the day before we were supposed to leave, the towers came down. Everybody got canceled except for Slayer, because they were already in Europe. Us and Pantera, we were in the US and couldn’t even get a flight to Europe because they grounded all the flights for over a week. So Slayer went and did the tour without us, and everyone thought that we were pussies or something because we couldn’t do the tour. The truth is we couldn’t even get there to do it. I think if we would have done that tour, things would have taken off for Static X in Europe…we never really recovered from that.
*I know you toured with Pantera here in the states, back in the day. How was it touring with them?
It was badass! I did two tours with them. We did an Ozzfest and then we did the Extreme Steel Tour with Pantera, Slayer, Static X, Morbid Angel, Skrape…that was badass man! Good times. I couldn’t hang with them every night though, it got to be too much!
*Do you have a favorite Static X song and/or album? Anything that really stands out for you?
I like a lot of the more obscure songs… like on this tour we’re doing the song “Just In Case”, which is kind of a slower, darker kind of song. Those tend to be my favorite songs off the record. Maybe because we never get to play ’em. I tend to like all of the songs toward the end of the record.
*I noticed you’re doing a lot of the classic, “Static X hits” I guess you would say, on this tour. I like how you guys please the fans by playing what they want to hear. Was that a conscious decision, to do that on this tour?
I’ve always wanted to do that. I use Korn as a really good example, they’ve been around forever. They always play a few things off their new record, but they always go back to their first couple of records and really just kill the crowd towards the end of the show. People really dig that. I really hate when you go to see a band and all they play is new shit.
*Do you have any pre-show rituals? Anything you do right before you go on stage every night?
Um…I like to brush my teeth. I like to pee. (laughs) I’ll stretch out a little bit, but that’s about it.
*I know you get asked this question a lot, so I’m not going to actually ask the question…but, do you get asked about your hair a lot?
A lot of people ask about it, but it’s fine. Everybody always asks me about my hair. To me it’s just really easy. I just woke up. (points to his hair) Here I am!
*Holy shit! That’s awesome!
It’s the most low maintenance hair-do ever. I hardly have to do anything to it.
*I won’t ask you to give away any secrets, but there are a lot of different rumors out there as to how you do your hair standing straight up like that. I’ve heard Elmer’s Glue, Egg Whites, and just Hair Spray with a Blow Dryer.
Yeah, it’s just hair spray with a blow dryer. I did a video on how I do my hair! It was the special edition of the ‘Shadow Zone’ record…there was a DVD and I actually showed how I do my hair. I thought that would be the end of it.
Are there any styles of music or any bands that you’ve gotten into recently?
I’m kind of an old dude, man. I listen to classic rock. I listen to what I listened to in High School. Doors, Zeppelin…One of my favorite bands is Journey. I love great singers, because I can’t sing like that. I love Sound Garden and what Chris Cornell has done with Audio Slave. I just like really great singers.
*This is kind of wild card question…How do you feel about Dub Step?
I think it’s cool that people are mixing genres again, because that was big in the 90’s when Static X started. Everyone was mixing the whole electronica thing…rap with metal…and I’m really happy to see that happening. Honestly, I think it’s probably just a phase that’s probably gonna die out again, because there’s only so much you can do with that kind of stuff. I hope that it’s not just a phase. I hope people keep experimenting with mixing different styles. I think it’s cool.
*How was it recording and touring with your solo project? Was it an enjoyable experience for you?
I enjoyed making the record immensely. I’ve written and produced everything Static X has ever done, but in the past I’ve had to argue with the band about arrangements and whether the bass guitar’s too loud or whether the drum fill should be there or not. For Pig Hammer, I did it all myself. I didn’t have to argue with anyone. It was completely my vision. It was very gratifying in a selfish kind of way. I got some great players to go on the tour with me. Ultimately the players from that tour ended up being in Static X, because the old guys didn’t want to do it anymore. They all had other things they wanted to do.
*What is a Pig Hammer exactly?
The Pig Hammer is a surgical tool. It’s the one I’m holding on the album cover. It’s made from a pig’s leg. It’s a surgical tool that I use to transform beautiful women into pigs. I like the word Pig Hammer. It’s been in my head and I’ve wanted to use it for over ten years. So, I’m like “We’re gonna use this word. We’ll figure out what it means later.” It’s just something I made up.
*What does the future hold for Static X?
We’re definitely gonna keep touring. We’re going to do something special for the fans next year. As far as albums, I don’t really know right now. I’m always working on new material. Whether I do another band thing or another solo thing next…I don’t really know. We’ll see how it goes.

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Kaosis are playing Dead of Winter Festival on the 13th of July. Tickets from @Ticketmaster Australia. Watch the video to find out more.
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BlackStar Republic Sign To Zombie Shark Records, Announce New Album ‘Humanatti’ Release Date

Texas Industrial Rockers, BlackStar Republic, have inked a deal with Zombie Shark Records. The band’s sophomore album, ‘Humanatti’, was produced by Josh Johnson at Great Interstellar Studio and is set to be released on Friday, June 28th, 2019. The band combines styles that span across many genres; mixing industrial elements and old-school rock and metal influences with modern a modern twist.

The band has released an official music video for the track, “Nuclear Hollywood”, which can be viewed here: youtu.be/8Hg6MTnGOVU

Blackstar Republic released the following statement in regards to the signing, “We are very excited to have joined forces with Zombie Shark Records and Noah “Shark” Robertson with the release of our new album ‘Humanatti’. This is an album we worked on for a while and took some risks in doing things we haven’t done before. We feel we kept the intensity of our past work but also added more melodic moments and harmonies. It crosses in and out of some metal genres. We have never wanted to be put in a certain genre box. We can’t wait to get these songs to the masses!”

‘Humanatti’ is available for pre-order at www.zombieshark.net and major streaming sites such as iTunes, Amazon, and more.

‘Humanatti’ Tracklist:

Humanatti
Dead Man Walking
Nuclear Hollywood (Apocalyptic Mix)
Desensitized
She’s the Devil
Animalistic
Xciter (Featuring Steve Page from RIVETHEAD)
Shell-Shocked

BlackStar Republic formed in the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas in 2014. The band released an EP in 2016 and the 2017 full-length album, ‘Wolves of War’, produced by Grammy winner Eric Delegard. The group has been steadily building a loyal fan base over the years performing with artists such as Buckcherry, Flaw, A Killer’s Confession, KING 810, 12 Stones, Warbeast, Sons of Texas, Vyces, Invidia, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, and more. With appearances at Rocklahoma and Ride For Dime, regular airplay on Dallas’ 97.1 The Eagle, and a song featured in the horror comedy ‘Cherokee Creek’ - BlackStar Republic show no signs of slowing down.

Upcoming Dates:

June 22 - Ratfest - Fort Worth, TX
July 13 - Railhead - Lawton, OK
July 18 - Gas Monkey - Dallas, TX
Aug 10 - Ridglea Theater - Fort Worth, TX

BlackStar Republic is:

Ian: Guitars and Vocals
Biggs: Bass and Lead Vocals
Cameron Murrell: Guitar.
Petey Deathgroove: Drums

Links:

blackstarrepublicband.com
www.facebook.com/pg/BlackStar-Republic-219720128213767
www.zombiesharkrecords.com
www.zombieshark.net
www.facebook.com/zombiesharkrecords

BlackStar Republic
Here it is!!! The music video for Nuclear Hollywood!! It took a lot of hard work and time but we are very proud of this! Thank you Todd Jenkins for directing and editing this! Get our new album Humanatti which includes our hit Nuclear Hollywood! now on all digital outlets!! Like and subscribe too!! youtu.be/8Hg6MTnGOVU
music.apple.com/us/album/humanatti/1469185564 open.spotify.com/album/66NtIV5fBFFcYpPYFphkfU?si=Htv1esf1SLqNh71g12RyZw
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Blue Ridge Rock FestivalJust a few artists announced that we will be sharing the stage with in September at Blue Ridge Rock Festival! Make sure to get your tickets before prices go up!

HELLYEAH Godsmack 10 Years In This Moment I Prevail Flaw Tech N9ne YelaWolf Soil and many more to be announced!

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BlackStar Republic Sign To Zombie Shark Records, Announce New Album ‘Humanatti’ + Release Date

Texas Industrial Rockers, BlackStar Republic, have inked a deal with Zombie Shark Records. The band’s sophomore album, ‘Humanatti’, was produced by Josh Johnson at Great Interstellar Studio and is set to be released on Friday, June 28th, 2019. The band combines styles that span across many genres; mixing industrial elements and old-school rock and metal influences with modern a modern twist.

The band has released an official music video for the track, “Nuclear Hollywood”, which can be viewed here: youtu.be/8Hg6MTnGOVU

Blackstar Republic released the following statement in regards to the signing, “We are very excited to have joined forces with Zombie Shark Records and Noah “Shark” Robertson with the release of our new album ‘Humanatti’. This is an album we worked on for a while and took some risks in doing things we haven’t done before. We feel we kept the intensity of our past work but also added more melodic moments and harmonies. It crosses in and out of some metal genres. We have never wanted to be put in a certain genre box. We can’t wait to get these songs to the masses!”

‘Humanatti’ is available for pre-order at www.zombieshark.net and major streaming sites such as iTunes, Amazon, and more.

‘Humanatti’ Track List:

Humanatti
Dead Man Walking
Nuclear Hollywood (Apocalyptic Mix)
Desensitized
She’s the Devil
Animalistic
Xciter (Featuring Steve Page from RIVETHEAD)
Shell-Shocked

BlackStar Republic formed in the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas in 2014. The band released an EP in 2016 and the 2017 full-length album, ‘Wolves of War’, produced by Grammy winner Eric Delegard. The group has been steadily building a loyal fan base over the years performing with artists such as Buckcherry, Flaw, A Killer’s Confession, KING 810, 12 Stones, Warbeast, Sons of Texas, Vyces, Invidia, Maylene and the Sons of Disaster, and more. With appearances at Rocklahoma and Ride For Dime, regular airplay on Dallas’ 97.1 The Eagle, and a song featured in the horror comedy ‘Cherokee Creek’ - BlackStar Republic show no signs of slowing down.

Upcoming Dates:

June 22 - Ratfest - Fort Worth, TX
July 13 - Railhead - Lawton, OK
July 18 - Gas Monkey - Dallas, TX
Aug 10 - Ridglea Theater - Fort Worth, TX

BlackStar Republic is:

Ian: Guitars and Vocals
Biggs: Bass and Lead Vocals
Cameron Murrell: Guitar.
Petey Deathgroove: Drums

Links:

blackstarrepublicband.com
www.facebook.com/pg/BlackStar-Republic-219720128213767
www.zombiesharkrecords.com
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The Rift New "Rock Narcotic" Music Video - The band pulls influences from artists such as Muse, Highly Suspect, System of a Down, 311, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Black Keys, and Nothing More.

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The Rift Get High and Lose Their Minds In New "Rock Narcotic" Music Video - The band pulls influences from artists such as Muse, Highly Suspect, System of a Down, 311, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Black Keys, and Nothing More.

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Los Angeles based rockers The Rift have released a wildly entertaining new music video for their latest single, "Rock Narcotic", produced by Amit Ofir and Daniel Brecher. The video was created by Tom Chilcoat (Crossroads Films) and Tyler Jenson (Mosh Pit Media) and pays tribute to bands such as Metallica, Tool, Deep Purple, and 80's video games. The band recently inked a deal with Zombie Shark Records and has been hard at work creating new music for an upcoming release.

The Rift states, “We want listeners to escape from their reality for a little while. We want them to connect on a deep level, so they have something inspiring to fall into.”

The Rift are a hard rock trio based out of Los Angeles putting an edgy, driving twist on rock music. The Rift have solidified themselves as one of Southern California’s most thrilling new rock upstarts. Since forming in 2009, the musicians have played alongside the likes of Exodus, Yngwie Malmsteen, The Misfits, and many more; as well as receiving nominations at the Hollywood Music Awards and Ventura County Music Awards. 2016’s full-length debut ‘Inventions’ crystallizes their one-two punch of technically intricate instrumentation and hypnotic hard rook hooks; evocative of Thirty Seconds To Mars, Stone Temple Pilots and Foo Fighters.

The Rift front man Aris Anagnos adds, “We wanted to make songs that hit hard, but you can sing along to at the same time. Sometimes, we go bluesy-rock and other times there are tinges of punk and metal. We explore different styles while keeping a solid, real sound.”

The Rift is:

Aris Anagnos (Vocals/Guitar)

Ovais Malik (Drums)

Johnny Evil (Bass)

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Alternative Metal outfit NoSelf from central Florida have released their new album, ‘Human-Cyborg Relations: Episode II’ - Friday, June 14th, 2019 via Zombie Shark Records. The band’s sophomore effort was produced by Matt Johnson at Revelation Studios. The album comes as a follow up to the critically acclaimed ‘Human Cyborg Relations: Episode I’, released in April of 2017; featuring the hit songs, “Casting Stones”, "Frisco", and "Outatime".

A full album preview video can be found here: youtu.be/2XnNh3ogzhY

The single “Signal Flares” was the first track to make its debut this past April. The official music video for “Signal Flares” was directed by Chuck Burns at C.Burns Productions and is available here: youtu.be/wJyb2gkofb0

NoSelf states, “We are proud and honored to be releasing our newest album with continued support from Zombie Shark Records. We have been working really hard to deliver a quality album for 2019, and we are very pleased with the results.”

Noah "Shark" Robertson, founder of Zombie Shark Records and drummer for bands such as Motograter, The Browning, and Jeffrey Nothing (Ex-Mushroomhead) remarks, “I’m completely blown away by NoSelf’s new material. They have far exceeded our expectations with this one! The Human-Cyborg Relations Saga is one that everyone needs to hear. Episode I and II are complete masterpieces that people will be talking about for a long time.”

NoSelf is putting a modern twist on the nu metal genre; similar to bands like Cane Hill, DED, My Ticket Home, and Issues. The group is heavily influenced by bands like Deftones, Spineshank, Adema, Nothingface, and Korn.

‘Human-Cyborg Relations: Episode II’ will be available from Zombie Shark Records at www.zombieshark.net and stream on Spotify here: open.spotify.com/album/79aOi3wlgnVcpsYC1W7SXZ

Track Listing:
1. Signal Flares (3:09)
2. ratD4GG3R (3:31)
3. Order_66 (3:04)
4. #RAGE (3:44)
5. Master Manipulator (3:43)
6. A Dying Star (5:24)
7. Nothing (2:53)
8. Glow (4:20)
9. Casting Stones (3:33)
10. Save Me (3:56)
11. Nudisease (4:07)
12. Through Your Eyes (3:21)
13. Outatime (3:42)
14. Frisco (3:38)
15. Ctrl-Z (3:36)

NoSelf is:
Dylan Hart Kleinhans – Vocals
Justin Dabney – Guitars
Drew Miller – Drums
Glenn Desormeaux – Bass

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JUNK will be headed to Crypticon Kansas City to perform! Saturday, July 13th! It's Sid Haig's 80th Birthday Show! Some of the cast of House of a Thousand Corpse's will be there celebrating, as well as Kane Hodder, and many other special guests! Let's ROCK!!! \m/ And as you know JUNK features actor Billy Blair II who has appeared in films such as Rob Zombie’s upcoming horror flick 3 From Hell, as well as Alita: Battle Angel, Machete, Machete Kills, The Last Stand, Jonah Hex, and Sin City: A Dame To Kill For, and many more. Zombie Shark Records ... See MoreSee Less

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It's that time again... Masked Metal Mayhem Volume 3 is on the way! Looking for bands to add to this upcoming compilation! Volume 1 and 2 are available for FREE DOWNLOAD at www.zombieshark.net and/or www.zombiesharkrecords.com ... See MoreSee Less

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NoSelf Mark Their Epic Return With New Album Out TODAY June 14th ‘Human-Cyborg Relations: Episode II

Alternative Metal outfit NoSelf from central Florida have released their new album, ‘Human-Cyborg Relations: Episode II’ TODAY - Friday, June 14th, 2019 via Zombie Shark Records. The band’s sophomore effort was produced by Matt Johnson at Revelation Studios. The album comes as a follow up to the critically acclaimed ‘Human Cyborg Relations: Episode I’, released in April of 2017; featuring the hit songs, “Casting Stones”, "Frisco", and "Outatime".

A full album preview video can be found here: youtu.be/2XnNh3ogzhY

The single “Signal Flares” was the first track to make its debut this past April. The official music video for “Signal Flares” was directed by Chuck Burns at C.Burns Productions and is available here: youtu.be/wJyb2gkofb0

NoSelf states, “We are proud and honored to be releasing our newest album with continued support from Zombie Shark Records. We have been working really hard to deliver a quality album for 2019, and we are very pleased with the results.”

Noah "Shark" Robertson, founder of Zombie Shark Records and drummer for bands such as Motograter, The Browning, and Jeffrey Nothing (Ex-Mushroomhead) remarks, “I’m completely blown away by NoSelf’s new material. They have far exceeded our expectations with this one! The Human-Cyborg Relations Saga is one that everyone needs to hear. Episode I and II are complete masterpieces that people will be talking about for a long time.”

NoSelf is putting a modern twist on the nu metal genre; similar to bands like Cane Hill, DED, My Ticket Home, and Issues. The group is heavily influenced by bands like Deftones, Spineshank, Adema, Nothingface, and Korn.

‘Human-Cyborg Relations: Episode II’ will be available from Zombie Shark Records at www.zombieshark.net and stream on Spotify here: open.spotify.com/album/79aOi3wlgnVcpsYC1W7SXZ

Track Listing:
1. Signal Flares (3:09)
2. ratD4GG3R (3:31)
3. Order_66 (3:04)
4. #RAGE (3:44)
5. Master Manipulator (3:43)
6. A Dying Star (5:24)
7. Nothing (2:53)
8. Glow (4:20)
9. Casting Stones (3:33)
10. Save Me (3:56)
11. Nudisease (4:07)
12. Through Your Eyes (3:21)
13. Outatime (3:42)
14. Frisco (3:38)
15. Ctrl-Z (3:36)

NoSelf is:
Dylan Hart Kleinhans – Vocals
Justin Dabney – Guitars
Drew Miller – Drums
Glenn Desormeaux – Bass

Links:
www.noself.net
www.facebook.com/noself
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www.zombieshark.net
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Zombie Shark Records

NoSelf Mark Their Epic Return With New Album Out TODAY June 14th ‘Human-Cyborg Relations: Episode II

Alternative Metal outfit NoSelf from central Florida have released their new album, ‘Human-Cyborg Relations: Episode II’ TODAY - Friday, June 14th, 2019 via Zombie Shark Records. The band’s sophomore effort was produced by Matt Johnson at Revelation Studios. The album comes as a follow up to the critically acclaimed ‘Human Cyborg Relations: Episode I’, released in April of 2017; featuring the hit songs, “Casting Stones”, "Frisco", and "Outatime".

A full album preview video can be found here: youtu.be/2XnNh3ogzhY

The single “Signal Flares” was the first track to make its debut this past April. The official music video for “Signal Flares” was directed by Chuck Burns at C.Burns Productions and is available here: youtu.be/wJyb2gkofb0

NoSelf states, “We are proud and honored to be releasing our newest album with continued support from Zombie Shark Records. We have been working really hard to deliver a quality album for 2019, and we are very pleased with the results.”

Noah "Shark" Robertson, founder of Zombie Shark Records and drummer for bands such as Motograter, The Browning, and Jeffrey Nothing (Ex-Mushroomhead) remarks, “I’m completely blown away by NoSelf’s new material. They have far exceeded our expectations with this one! The Human-Cyborg Relations Saga is one that everyone needs to hear. Episode I and II are complete masterpieces that people will be talking about for a long time.”

NoSelf is putting a modern twist on the nu metal genre; similar to bands like Cane Hill, DED, My Ticket Home, and Issues. The group is heavily influenced by bands like Deftones, Spineshank, Adema, Nothingface, and Korn.

‘Human-Cyborg Relations: Episode II’ will be available from Zombie Shark Records at www.zombieshark.net and stream on Spotify here: open.spotify.com/album/79aOi3wlgnVcpsYC1W7SXZ

Track Listing:
1. Signal Flares (3:09)
2. ratD4GG3R (3:31)
3. Order_66 (3:04)
4. #RAGE (3:44)
5. Master Manipulator (3:43)
6. A Dying Star (5:24)
7. Nothing (2:53)
8. Glow (4:20)
9. Casting Stones (3:33)
10. Save Me (3:56)
11. Nudisease (4:07)
12. Through Your Eyes (3:21)
13. Outatime (3:42)
14. Frisco (3:38)
15. Ctrl-Z (3:36)

NoSelf is:
Dylan Hart Kleinhans – Vocals
Justin Dabney – Guitars
Drew Miller – Drums
Glenn Desormeaux – Bass

Links:
www.noself.net
www.facebook.com/noself
www.zombiesharkrecords.com
www.zombieshark.net
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