Zozobra Debut New Song

2013-03-08 by fromtheinside | 6 Comments
The sludgier sister of Cave In, Zozobra - comprised of everyone but Stephen Brodsky, have released a track from their upcoming album Savage Masters tentatively scheduled for release on April 2nd of this year.

"Venom Hell" is streaming on both Pitchfork and the bands Facebook page where you can also pre-order the album.

https://www.facebook.com/ZozobraOfficial
http://pitchfork.com/reviews/tracks/15040-venom-hell/

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Ignimbrite
March 7th 2013
5677 Comments


guitar/bass tone is absolutely filthy. Love it.

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tacos N stuff
March 7th 2013
494 Comments


*shrieks like little girl*



Acrosstheshield13
March 8th 2013
796 Comments


so glad to see these guys back. hell yes.

deathofasalesman
March 8th 2013
5889 Comments


FUK YEH NEW ZOZO

GibTG
March 8th 2013
281 Comments


OH MY MY... OH HELL YEAH!

JAV
March 11th 2013
2054 Comments


They always bring the riffs.



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