OK, so I don't know much about The Zombies. Like, at all. For years, I thought their number one sizzling summer hit "Time of the Season" was actually Marvin Gaye. Give me a pass on that one, the English rock band were clearly trying to crimp his style far more than Robin Thicke. Not that that's a ba ... More >>
My version of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is a lot different from the final cut. It's not that I have anything against Jane Austen or George Romero; I just prefer the British invasion to the actual, brain-eating invasion. (View our complete concert calendar here.)
The Zombies Celebrity Theatre Friday, September 30, 2011 50 years is a long time. There's no getting around it -- The Zombies, lead by original members Rod Argent and Colin Blunstone, have been at it for a five decades; much longer than the original run of The Zombies, from 1961 to 1968, would ... More >>
When a legendary band comes out with a new record, it's easy to get nervous. Such was the case when I received a copy of Breathe Out, Breathe In, the new record from The Zombies, a band celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Could the new songs live up to classics like "Care of Cell 44" and "Ti ... More >>
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Geeks gone sour
Half of Less Pain Forever morphs into the minimalist Lovers of Guts. But does the one-man band have the stomach to perform solo?
The boxed-set dilemma: When are four CDs too little and three CDs too much respect?