It’s that time of year again when The Big Takeover Magazine is published in the late Fall! Check out our ad in the new issue, and head over to our band links to buy our newest releases by Red Cities, The Sinners, and The 667s! And check out our other bands as well, such as John Wayne’s Bitches, Zombie vs. Shark, and The Putters! Have a good holiday season.
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, the “best band to come out of Oklahoma since Defenestration and The Flaming Lips” according to Big Takeover Magazine, still has its album “Wartime Sugar” in stock! Robert Scafe, former guitarist for The Putters, convened this band during the Iraq War in 2007 to revivify The MC5’s antiwar and antifascist rock and roll. Order your copy here, or head over to Bandcamp for digital!
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!
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
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