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Zamboni

From: NJ, United States
Last Known Status: Disbanded

Latest Zamboni News

Below is our complete Zamboni news coverage, including columns and articles pertaining to the band. Some articles listed may be indirectly related, such as side projects of the band members, etc.

Zamboni Changes Name To Nuclear Hatred

NJ/NY crossover thrash act Zamboni has changed its name to Nuclear Hatred based on a notification from Frank J. Zamboni & Co, Inc. concerning trademark infringement. The band has repackaged the self-titled debut with the new name, which is now available for purchase and streaming over here.

The debut album features the bombastic bass and booming vocals of Chris Butera, and the Ramones-esque buzzsaw riffing guitars of Robert Orr. The album is also available from CD Baby at this location and will be coming to Spotify, Amazon, and iTunes in the very near future.

The band began recording their self-titled debut in 2014, with a myriad of issues and time constraints leading to drummer Robert Padilla's unofficial departure and a plethora of delays. Two years later, the album is finally complete and ready to cause riots in the streets. Due to the band's longstanding drummer dilemmas, Orr and Butera have decided to go the route of Agoraphobic Nosebleed and both record and play live with programmed drums - proving once and for all that no band is more awful than the dreaded Nuclear Hatred. The band is already recording new material for their next release!

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Zamboni Releasing Self-Titled Album

The NJ/NY crossover thrashers from Zamboni will release a rowdy, self-titled debut album on April 15th.

Zambonie began recording this debut in 2014, with a myriad of issues and time constraints leading to drummer Robert Padilla's unofficial departure and a plethora of delays. Two years later, the album is finally complete and ready to cause riots in the streets.

Due to the band's longstanding drummer dilemmas, Robert Orr and Chris Butera have decided to go the route of Agoraphobic Nosebleed and both record and play live with programmed drums – proving once and for all that no band is more awful than the dreaded Zamboni. Pre-orders are up here now and the track listing is as follows:

1. The Meaning of Life
2. The Greater Evil
3. Nuclear Hatred
4. Brain Hemorrhage
5. Norman Bates
6. Killer Croc
7. Stick em
8. World War Z
9. Zamboni More...

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