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The Zombies To Release Sixth Album in 50 Years

by Paul Cashmere on August 11, 2015

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Even though the Zombies have been together, on and off, for 64 years, they’ve only released five albums. Their sixth, Still Got the Hunger, will be out on October 9 via The End Records.

The results of a PledgeMusic campaign, the album was produced by Chris Potter who won the Best Producer award at the Brits in 1998 for the Verve album Urban Hymns and has also worked with U2, the Rolling Stones, the Clash and Paul McCartney.

The band said in a statement “We couldn’t be more excited. We’re really looking forward to this new chapter for The Zombies. Not only are we going to be touring constantly over the next few months, including a historic tour with original members, but we have this new album coming out and a lot of very exciting things are happening.

“This couldn’t be possible if it weren’t for the incredible fans who have stuck by us for so long. Thank you to everyone for the constant love and support, it’s because of you that we’ve Still Got That Hunger, so thank you all.”

Rod Argent added “We’re really excited to be signing our new album to The End Records, it somehow seems fitting that it should be released on a Brooklyn based label, as our very first American concerts way back in 1964 took place at The Brooklyn Fox Theatre.”

The current lineup of the Zombies is original members Colin Blunstone and Rod Argent along with Tom Toomey, Jim Rodford and Steve Rodford.

The Zombies’ studio albums:
Begin Here (U.K.) / The Zombies (U.S.) (1965)
Odessey and Oracle (1968)
New World (1991)
As Far As I Can See… (2004)
Breathe Out, Breathe In (2011)
Still Got That Hunger (2015)


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