New Karate High School Song
2009-04-11 by Dr Dave De Sylvia STAFF | 6 Comments

Bay Area punks Karate High School have posted a new song, entitled 'Zombies Everywhere,' to MySpace. The band's Eyeball Records debut, Invaders, is scheduled for release on May 19.

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Zippermouth
April 12th 2009

1305 Comments


Song is hilariously fail.

elephantREVOLUTION
April 12th 2009

2741 Comments


i saw these guys open for foxy shazam last year. they were kind of entertaining but not very good

Acre
April 12th 2009

847 Comments


Dude, what?

Avirov
April 12th 2009

1206 Comments


I don't think karate works very well against zombies.

This Message Edited On 04.12.09

NotMrBlonde
April 12th 2009

395 Comments


The song starts out hilariously bad, then it just turns into hilarious mediocrity...

sspedding
April 12th 2009

4754 Comments


christ 15 seconds in and i can take no more.



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