Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Zombie Infestation 2011

Special Hallows eve installment featuring my favorite monster ZOMBIES! Their bite worse than their growl. Featuring songs about zombies, news reports and what to do when the infestation begins, sound clips and samples from films/TV like Night of The Living Dead, Zombieland, Shaun of the Dead, Death Valley, Danger! 50,000 Zombies and clips from the excellent new series The Walking Dead. Music by Slayer, Wednesday 13, Anthrax, Cancer Bats, The Great Kat, Necro Tones, Cranberries and a hell of alot more so Board up the house and crank it up.

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Black Sabbath

Live Undead

South of Heaven 1988

Calling All Corpses
Wednesday 13
Calling All Corpses 2011


We Are The Undead
Cancer Bats
Bears, Mayors, Scraps and Bones 2010


The Great Kat
Total Insanity 2008


Dawn of the Dead
Beyond the Valley of the Murderdolls 2002

I'm A Zombie
The Infections
Kill... 2008

Walk Like A Zombie
Black Eyes And Neckties
Stiletto 2004

Billy's Dead
Music for Eating Brains To!

Living Dead Girl
Rob Zombie
Icon 2 2010

Zombi / Kernkraft 400 [Osymyso Remix]
Goblin/Zombie Nation
Shaun of the Dead OST 2004

The Man Comes Around
Cash From Chaos vol 2 2009

Micheal Jackson

Driveway To The Cemetary (Main Title)
Night of the Living Dead OST 1968
The Walking Dead season one "dinner time"

From Beyond the Grave
Lubricated Goat
Plays the devils Music

Zombie PSA's

I Love The Dead
The Necro Tonz
Are You Dead Yet 1997

Donut Shop Zombies
Death Valley 2011 TV series

Fight 'Em Til You Can't
Worship Music 2011

The Walking Dead 
TV series season one "Camp Attack"

No Need to Argue 1994

1 comment:

Espana said...

I have always enjoyed the contrast that I have seen between the Metallica/ Megadeth brand of thrash, and that of Anthrax. While all thrash has more than a little dose of punk thrown into it, Anthrax have always seemed to veer further to the punk side of life than their Californian contemporaries. I am sure that this has a lot to do with their exposure to the thriving New York punk scene in the 80s.