Blood-Disgusting.com Premiere Kill Matilda ‘Zombie Apocalypse’ Video + USA/CAN Tour Dates + Launch Indiegogo Campaign For New Van

    Zombie hunting punks Kill Matilda has teamed up with Bloody-Disgusting.com for the premiere of their new lyric video ‘Zombie Apocalypse’, which features remixed clips of the public domain work of George A Romero’s immortal ‘Night of the Living Dead’.

“We are releasing this video to our fans as a thank you for all their continuing support over the years. We are excited for our upcoming 6 month US tour and prepping ourselves for the bloody onslaught that will be the ZOMBIE USA tour. We are ready to manage the zombie threat south of the border and prevent an apocalypse and we need the help of all of our fans to do it! We launched an Indiegogo campaign last week to raise funds for a new Zombiemobile and are so happy that we are already almost at 50% of our goal. Everyone please keep supporting and help us get there so we can wipe up the undead threat and rock the shit out of everyone in the US!” comments voclaist / guitarist Dusty Exner.

The video can be viewed at the following link: http://bloody-disgusting.com/news/3309363/kill-matilda-zombie-apocalypse-lyric-video-premiere-exclusive/

Kill Matilda kicked off their Indiegogo campaign (https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/kill-matilda-zombie-usa-tour-van–2) last week to raise funds, a goal of $5,000, which has already met its half way mark as an anonymous backer pitched in an amazing sum of $2000 towards the campaign for the band’s new van for their six month USA tour in promotion of their new EP‘Punk, Zombie, Rock n’ Roll’. A ‘Force to be reckoned with’ as described by MyFreakinEars.com (http://www.myfreakinears.com/live-review-kill-matilda-bovine-sex-club/). Kill Matilda will cross into the great US of A for the first time plus performing a sneak peak of new tracks not on the EP recorded with producer extraordinaire Garth Richardson‘Punk, Zombie, Rock n’ Roll’ features tracks from their 2011 full-length album ‘I Want Revenge’ with an acoustic rendition of ‘Geisha With A Switchblade’ accompanied by a comic book created by vocalist/guitarist Dusty Exner that can be downloaded at http://killmatilda.com/.

Music Video – I Want Revenge – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WL465flmhLU

Music Video – Law Abiding Citizen – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cV7kLcHcPEU

EP Stream – http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4FivrTDNjqxrUg2TkQz_pg7LyFVyCM85

Tour Dates:

Sept 5 – London, ON @ London Music Hall/Rum Runners
Sept 11- Buffalo, NY @ The Forvm
Sept 14 – Brooklyn, NY @ Spike Hill
Sept 18 – Washington, DC @ The Pinch
Sept 19 – Baltimore, MY @ Club K
Sept 25 – Charlotte, NC @ Tommy’s Pub
Sept 26 – Murrells Inlet, SC @ Rockin Hard Saloon
Sept 27 – North Charleston, SC @ The Mill
Sept 28 – Raleigh, NC @ Deep South
Oct 7 – Rochester, NY @ Bug Jar
Oct 15 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Trash Bar
Oct 16 – Philadelphia, PA @ Connie’s Ric Rac
Oct 19 – Columbus, OH @ O’Shecky’s
Oct 21 – Louisville, KY @ Haymarket Whiskey Bar
Oct 31 – Toronto, ON @ TBA (Halloween Show)
Nov 1 – Cornwall, ON @ Lola’s Pub & Grub
Nov 2 – Ottawa, ON @ Le Petit Chicago
Nov 7 – Montreal, QC @ TBA
Nov 8 – Montpelier, VT @ Charlie O’s World Famous
Nov 9 – Winooski, VT @ The Monkey Bar
Nov 15 – Brooklyn, NY @ Gussy’s Bar
Nov 23 – Melbourne ,FL @ Boondocks Bar
Nov 28 – Marietta, GA @ Swayze’s Venue
Dec 2 – Topeka, KS @ Boobie Trap Bar
Dec 20 – Eugene, OR @ The Black Forest
Dec 31 – Vancouver, BC @ TBA (New Years Eve Show)
Jan 2 – Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
Jan 19 – St Louis, MO @ The Demo
Jan 22- Des Moines, IO @ TBA
Feb 14 – Dunellen, NJ @ Roxy and Duke’s
Feb 18 – New York, NY @ The Delancey
#Punk#Zombie#Rocknroll - EP Cover - High Res
Track Listing: #Punk#Zombie#RocknRoll

1. Pomegranate
2. I Want Revenge
3. Zombie Apocalypse
4. Law Abiding Citizen
5. PBJ
6. Geisha With A Switchblade (Acoustic)

For more info, please visit these links:

Music Video – She’s A Killer – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUqS_hbgUDc
Music Video – Fault Lines – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YA0ZI-TkLo

 

 

Written by Destrukto. Original content here: Canadian Music News