We still have Zombie vs. Shark’s killer single “Cold Machine” b/w “Practicing” still available in 7″ Vinyl, or available digital at Bandcamp! Known as “The MC5 of Oklahoma,” The Big Takeover Magazine said “Could be the best band to come out of Oklahoma since the early Flaming Lips and Defenestration.” Tune in, and get yourself a copy right here at Modern Peasant Records!
Zombie vs. Shark’s single “Dogs and Guns” b/w “Wunderkind” evokes the hard rock and roll of early 1970s Detroit bands like Sonic’s Rendezvous Band, The Stooges, and The MC5. Check out the call and response on your way to your next pro-Democracy or #METOO rally! Available in digital at Bandcamp!
Red Cities tore down the house at Bar 1867 for Lincoln Exposed 2018 earlier this month. We have some video footage of their set below, the songs “Burnout” (MPR-014) and “White Noise” (MPR-016). Give it a listen!
Lincoln Exposed 2018 is a local music festival that originated several years ago through Pete Watters, owner of the infamous The Zoo Bar. The festival kicks off February 7 and runs to February 10. Red Cities will be playing at Bar 1867!
We still have Norman, Oklahoma’s “MC5 of the Great Plains” 7″ single “Cold Machine” b/w “Practicing” still in Stock! Head on over to Zombie vs. Shark’s page and get yourself a copy before they are out! Also available digital on Bandcamp
Red Cities new L.P. “Soft Target” was listed #20 recently in The Big Takeover Magazine’s Fall 2017 issue, in Jack’s Top 40! Give the review a read, and then head over to Red Cities’ page to purchase your copy of Soft Target!
Red Cities received a nice review from Kent Wolgamott in the Lincoln Journal Star last week! Give it a read!
The fourth L.P. by Ellensburg, WA’s The 667s, “Shirley” is available for “Free” (or name your price) on Bandcamp!
The 16 track album received rave reviews in The Big Takeover Magazine, and the band is so punk rock they don’t charge for their music! Check it out!
We’re glad to premier Red Cities “Fight, Fight, Fight,” their antifascist and anti-authoritarian anthem off their new L.P. “Soft Target!” Give it a listen and share it with your friends!
In 2007, Zombie vs. Shark formed in the fascist college town of Norman, Oklahoma as Ron, Matt, Robert, and Jeremy tired of the Bush II wars in the Middle East and snowflake indy rock whined about the Id. As top music critics noted of Zombie vs. Shark, “Could be the best band to come out of Oklahoma since the early Flaming Lips and Defenestration”
– Jack Rabid, The Big Takeover Radio
Engineered by Trent Bell of the Chainsaw Kittens, it’s available in 12″ vinyl here, or digital on Bandcamp