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Zombie Apocalypse/ Send More Paramedics

Tales Told By Dead Men - Split

(Shai Hulud)

Hell Bent 11

Released on July 12, 2005

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Proving the saying ' Dead Men Tell No Tales' as a complete lie, ZA and SMP combine their brain thirst to form a audio pincer movement on humanity. Many in the UK will have heard of Send More Paramedics (have toured with everyone from Avenged Sevenfold to The Casualites), and after Zombie Apocalypse's debut on Indescision Records last year their name is starting to do the rounds everywhere, assisted by the fact 2 of them were in hardcore powerhouse Shai Hulud.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Zombie Apocalyspe - Just Meat  13%
2 Zombie Apocalyspe - God I Hope The Data Is Lying  13%
3 Zombie Apocalyspe - Breaking Off Fingers Voted #3  17%
4 Zombie Apocalyspe - Murder Be A Lady Tonight  8%
5 Zombie Apocalyspe - Tale Told By A Dead Man  4%
6 Send More Paramedics - From The Void  0%
7 Send More Paramedics - Zombie Versus Shark Voted #1  21%
8 Send More Paramedics - Funeral Voted #2  21%
9 Send More Paramedics - Nothing Tastes Like This  4%
10 Send More Paramedics - This Is The Place Of Wailing And The Gnashing Of ...  0%
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Matt from Apple Valley, CA 
Sep 26 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Combining the best of two worlds. Send More Paramedics is a raw fast paced band with 80s thrash guitar solos and a kind of rock/punk fusion. SMP focuses more on zombie issues seen in films. Zombie Apocalypse is more of a melodic hardcore and they do a real good job on this albumn. The focus more on being a zombie and a inner feeling for the subject. I suggest this c.d. for any fan of horror based music.

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Brandon from Northglenn, CO 
Aug 9 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD mos def shreds. The Zombie Apocalypse song are amazing. It took me a few listens to get into Send More Paramedics, but they are pretty good. I would definitely recommend this disc.

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Greg from Santa Clarita, CA 
Oct 1 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Only half of this cd is worth listening to. Zombie Apocalypse did a great job with this recording. I've been listening to their songs a lot and its been a while since I got the cd. Send More Paramedics sucks. Their vocalist kills it.

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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
Sep 12 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow....just wow, The artwork gets 5 stars alone. I dont think you can even compare the Zombie Apocalypse songs to their other cd. They are so much more structured and well written. They still have that sam fast schizo hardcore but even parts of it have that melodic Shai Hulud sound.

I'm not too sure how I felt about Send More Paramedics, I really enjoy them musically but the guys voice could use some getting used to, I'm sure it will grow on me. They kinda remind me of a darker Gorilla Bisquits.

Anyway get this cd if your a fan of these bands or that schizo/grind/whatever the fuck hardcore.

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Dane from Brockville, ON Canada 
Sep 2 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

songs about zombies and the undead, harsh riffs, amazing breakdowns, a piano solo, what more do you want in an album? shai hulud? what shai hulud? it's all about zombie apocalypse now!!!

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Aaron from Seattle, WA 
Aug 29 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album displays Zombie Apocalypse's nothing short of amazing talent producing some amazing songs. The style of play is fast and heart pumpingly vicous. The breakdowns and intriquicies of each and every ZA song is amazing. Send More Parameics is great too. It's dark and stylistic. They deffinately have a good style going. So if you like music, get this album. Check out ZA previous album - This is a spark of life.!

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Patrick from West Des Moines, IA 
Aug 19 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well.Zombie Apocalypse yet again amazes me.The lyrics and song writing has improved since "This is a Spark of Like"Fast, off beat, melodic and aggresive.Beautiful.Send More Paramedics is a new listen and they're not bad.A good mixture of crust punk and thrash.Very cool violent lyrics.The vocals are hilarious.Very cool split.Good buy for any fan of either band.

 
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