"The Big Reset" reminds me damn much of the "Trashed" phase of LAGWAGON. Technically demanding, but without losing the sense of the song as a whole. Punk rock with slightly metallic guitars that keep opening up for the next polyphonic hook. Plus a singer with a rough yet warm voice that reminds me a lot of Chad Price from ALL. With "I preferred Orwell as a writer than as a prophet" ZOMBIES NO get my personal recognition award for the song title of the year ."
"The Paris-based but in reality, Punk-Rock band from everywhere are no strangers to the tenacity of said scene, be it through their era-spanning Skate Punk, penchant for Thrash or observational lyrical narrative."
"Blends a melodic hardcore and skate-punk style. The lyrics are strident. The vocals are desperate and incendiary."
"Twelve songs of fast and modern technical skate melodic hardcore punk, yet still standing with one foot firmly in nineties old school melodic punk rock waters. "
"The Big Reset sounds superb from scratch to finish, and with twelve dynamic skatepunk tracks drenched into luxurious servings of melodic punk rock, you will easily place this album as one of your favorite recordings this year."
"During twelve tracks, Zombies No let their imagination fly both in their characteristic sound and in their elaborate lyrics to take us to their particular punk rock paradise, the one we enjoyed so much in the 90s and 2000s, and in which, with their peculiar style that perhaps, to compare it with something, could be a precious mixture of bands like Lagwagon joined to Satanic Surfers with a touch of so many others... And that, my friends, is what makes them so special "
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