Buh

by Dante Vs Zombies

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Dante Vs Zombies upcoming debut LP, BUH

Shriek your greetings to the new kings and queens of
The Spaghetti Western Jungle anthem; the hungry
dictators of Not-Quite-Gentrified-Ghetto-Pop. Dante
Vs Zombies materialized out of thick air in September
2009 and in that thin slice of time have become surreal
outlaws of the live “Sing-n-Dance-along”.

Reactionary pundits counter that they forced Buddy
Holly and Screamin’ Jay Hawkins to play on the first
Siouxsie And The Banshees album. Level headed
moderates (aka trembling cowards) point out that this
is the only possible mutant baby of its members which
feature key players from The Starlite Desperation, Jail
Weddings, Swahili Blonde, Raw Geronimo, The Detroit
Cobras, Brass Tax, Easy Action and We Break Cameras.
(Proponents of the “factoid” seem to enjoy pointing
out that they probably live in the eastern portion of Los
Angeles).

Beginning with their first two releases (Yes I’m
Stalking You/Branded By Nuns and Oblivion/The Bible
Belt on Infrasonic ) DVZ has assured The Conglomerates
that they will assassinate, by messy beheading , at
least two backwards assumptions about music no
longer being fun or universal, and will relentlessly
continue the terror on a regular basis, until the
so-called “world” complies with their vision, or ends
up on it’s knees.

Either outcome is acceptable.

If you still don’t believe them, meditate upon the following :

Dante White-Aliano (The Starlite Desperation,Swahili Blonde, Detroit Cobras, Raw Geronimo, Gabriel Hart and the 4th Wall, Lost Kids) >>> vocals, guitar, marimba, percussion
Jeff Ehrenberg (The Starlite Desperation, Easy Action) >>> drums, percussion, vocals
Gabriel Hart (Jail Weddings, The 4th Wall, Starvations) >>> guitar, vocals
Jada Wagensomer (Jail Weddings, Brass Tax) >>> bass, vocals
Matt Polley (We Break Cameras) >>> guitar, vocals
Laena Geronimo (Raw Geronimo, Swahili Blonde, The Starlite Desperation, The Like) >>> bass, violin, percussion, vocals, keyboard

Consider yourself informed.

Neurotic Yell will be releasing BUH April 9th > on CD & 12" vinyl + free download with bonus tracks

credits

released 09 April 2012

All songs written by Dante White-Aliano

Performed by...
Dante White-Aliano >>> vocals, guitar
Gabriel Hart >>> guitar, vocals
Jada Wagensomer >>> bass, vocals
Jeff Ehrenberg >>>> drums, percussion, vocals
Laena Geronimo >>>> percussion, vocals, violin, bass
Matt Polley >>>> guitar, vocals
Brad Caulkins >>> saxophone
Eric Fisher & Ryan Donahue >>> additional vocals

Recorded at Infrasonic, The Bouncy Castle, and The Room Next Door

All songs mixed/produced by Dante White-Aliano
Except...
Watermelon Iodine > mixed by Eric Palmquist
Horror Stories For Whores > mixed by Lars Satlfors
Relax, There's A Ghost In Charge > additional mixing by Pete Lyman

Mastered by Pete Lyman @ Infrasonic Sound

Photos by Matt Luem

Album design by Gina Clyne

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