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Zodiac – Sonic Child

I had never heard of anything from four piece Blues based Rock band Zodiac prior to reviewing this album. Zodiac hail from Munster, Germany and this will be their third album release, with their previous album “A Hiding Place” having only been released last year. I was looking forward to …

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ZODIAC New Music Video For “A Penny And A Dead Horse”

A penny and a dead horse. Maybe some of you are going to cry, due to the sad news of the dead horse, others will be straight looking forward to the brand new music video from the Blues Rock forge.   The German guys from ZODIAC have just unveiled a …

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ZODIAC confirmed for Desertfest 2014

ZODIAC have announced they will play Desertfest 2014 in London after a tour of the continent with Grand Magus. Tour dates: ZODIAC w/ Grand Magus, Audrey Horne & The Vintage Caravan 18.03.14 FR – Paris / Divan du Monde 19.03.14 DE – Cologne / Gebäude 9 20.03.14 DE – München …

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Zodiac – A Hiding Place

German rock band Zodiac released their sophomore album A Hiding Place on 29th October 2013 via Napalm records. Their debut album ‘A Bit of a Devil’ having been released in 2012. A Hiding Place gets off to a rousing start with Downtown with a good beat, good rhythm, good riffs. …

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Orchid – ‘The Zodiac Sessions’

Orchid - The Zodiac Sessions artwork

Following the huge success of their big label debut, ‘The Mouths Of Madness’, earlier this year, this timely re-issue brings together san Francisco psych-doomsters Zodiac’s two pre-Nuclear Blast releases – the ‘The Through The Devil’s Doorway’ EP and 2011’s full-lengther ‘Capricorn’, both originally released on The Church Within Records – …

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Zodiac – A Bit Of Devil cd

Zodiac are a four guys from Germany, who sound like they have just crawled out of the Louisiana swamps, and still think it’s the 70’s, mad ? maybe, utterly compelling ?, Yes. The record kicks of with the title track ‘A Bit Of Devil’ and your immediately immersed in 70’s …

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