NoSelf – Human-Cyborg Relations: Episode II

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

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: https://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: https://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: https://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

NoSelf – Signal Flares

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NoSelf Mark Their Epic Return with “Signal Flares”

Alternative Metal outfit NoSelf from Central Florida have released their newest single, “Signal Flares”, produced by Matt Johnson at Revelation Studios. The single is the first track to make its debut from the group’s upcoming sophomore album, ‘Human Cyborg Relations: Episode II’, to be released via Zombie Shark Records in 2019. The album comes as a follow up to the critically acclaimed ‘Human Cyborg Relations: Episode I’, released in April of 2017.

The official music video for “Signal Flares” was directed by Chuck Burns at C.Burns Productions and is available via BlankTV here: https://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.”

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.

NoSelf is:

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

“Signal Flares” is available online at www.zombieshark.net and everywhere else music is sold.

Pre-order ‘Human Cyborg Relations: Episode II’ now and receive a FREE copy of ‘Human Cyborg Relations: Episode I’ FREE. Only available at www.zombieshark.net

Links:

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

NOSELF signs to Zombie Shark Records

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Alternative Metal outfit NoSelf from Central Florida have inked a worldwide distribution deal with Zombie Shark Records, the new record label from Noah “Shark” Robertson (Motograter, EX-The Browning).

The band has released a music video for the track “Frisco” directed by Travis Cecil from SFN Productions, which can be viewed here: https://youtu.be/no6WBRCLno8

Their latest album ‘Human-Cyborg Relations Episode 1’ was recorded by Matt Johnson at Revelation Studios and is streaming exclusively at New Metal 4U at: http://newmetal4u.com/en/archive/2017/08/02/nm4u-exclusive-noself-album-stream/

The band 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.

NoSelf states, “NoSelf is incredibly excited to be working with Noah “Shark” Robertson from Motograter and Zombie Shark Records. We are very passionate about Nu Metal and we could not be more thrilled to be a part of the Nu Metal revival. Having already played several shows alongside label mates Keychain, it could not be more evident that we are on the right path, with the right label.”

Robertson commented on the signing, “NoSelf are poised to be the next big band helping to lead the Nu Metal Revival! This band is going to take the Zombie Shark Records label and the Nu Metal genre to a whole new level. Simply put. The gloves are off.”

NoSelf is:
Dylan Hart Kleinhans – Vocals
Justin Dabney – Guitars
Drew Miller – Drums
Joey Bivo – Bass

‘Human-Cyborg Relations Episode 1’ is available online at www.zombieshark.net and everywhere else music is sold.
For fans of Nothing More, Cane Hill, Islander, My Ticket Home, Spineshank, 36 Crazyfists, Nothingface, Adema, DED, Korn

Links:
www.zombiesharkrecords.com
https://www.facebook.com/NoSelf/
https://www.facebook.com/sfnproductions/