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Zud

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Zud Streaming Album Online

"The Good, The Bad And The Damned" - the debut album from Portland, Maine-based sect ZUD - is infecting unsuspecting humans across the globe.

Today Cvlt Nation helps spread the infection by hosting a stream of the full release for all to experience. Eliminate your enemies or just party hard to the raging ZUD riffery in the player below. The following press release was also issued:

"Seamlessly melding the callous, grimy, black metal antagonism and untamed abandon of Watain, Peste Noire, Bathory and other infamous black metal cults with a more free-form classic rock jam approach more akin to something found on a dusty Roky Erickson or early Van Halen LP, Zud's charged but undeniably pleasurable approach to songwriting is nothing short of entertaining and ballsy. Zud somehow does something vibrant and fresh while simultaneously paying homage to those who forged the paths the four members have traveled thus far in life. Writers at major renowned media sources down to the smallest fan-run blogs have been dropping killer blurbs and reviews on Zud's mad methods over weeks past, The Good, The Bad And The Damned inspiring an infectious rash of full-on praise from across the globe.

"Recorded and mixed by Todd Hutchinson (Falls of Rauros, AOK Suicide Forest) at Acadia Recording Company in Portland, Maine and mastered by Tore Stjerna (Watain, Repugnant) at Necromorbus Studios in Stockholm, Sweden, The Good, The Bad And The Damned rolls with more than forty minutes of badass riffage, the album self-released on the Summer Solstice in a limited run of 333 hand-numbered gatefold digipak CDs, available direct from the band here." More...

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Zud Posts "Blood And Twilight" Online

Zud has self-released "The Good, The Bad, and the Damned," and now a track from the album is available online. Check out "Blood and Twilight" below. The following press release was also issued about the album:

"There are a few of them left out there. None are nearby. Most are dead anyway. The castle has been under a long siege and strange things go on behind walls when death is such a good old pal... In one sense four years in the making, yet in another thrown together in six months.

"And so, out of the dead end peninsula of Thompson’s Point in Portland, Maine, ZUD presents their debut full-length, The Good, The Bad And The Damned.

"Infectiously and seamlessly merging the aesthetics of black metal and classic rock, delivering tunes with an exceedingly organic delivery and live-for-now outlook, ZUD somehow does something vibrant and fresh while simultaneously paying homage to those who forged the paths the four members have traveled thus far in life. Recorded and mixed by Todd Hutchinson (Falls of Rauros, AOK Suicide Forest) at Acadia Recording Company in Portland, Maine and mastered by Tore Stjerna (Watain, Repugnant) at Necromorbus Studios in Stockholm, Sweden, The Good, The Bad And The Damned hits fucking hard with more than forty minutes of killer, free-form, high-octane metal perfect for those late Summer night parties full of suds and bud, while keeping you aware of the fact that no matter how good or bad life may be, death is always within spitting distance.

"Zud self-released The Good, The Bad And The Damned on the Summer Solstice in a limited run of 333 hand-numbered gatefold digipak CDs, available for order direct from the band right here. More...

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Zud Streaming New Song Online

Electronic/metal crossover act Zud has released a new demo song online from the band's upcoming EP "Fall Into Oblivion." Check out the track "Dzud Roh!" in the player below. Zud also comments:

"Our music is a mix of different electronic-musical genres with different branches of heavy metal. In this underground production, behind the energetic and pretty unfriendly music work the thoughts of a cruel and an even more likely vision. ZUD gives us insight into a possible vision. Its basic question is: where is humanity heading, and for how long can humans be considered humans considering today's technical development?

"The basic theme is built around the 'Machine Born,' when the human soul is given the opportunity to exist in a new form. We are trying to find answers to what will go on in people's souls and how this would affect humanity. What tools would the most ruthless race on this Earth choose to alter its environment when existing in the form of steel and silicon instead of flesh and bones?"

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