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Bromio ()

Zu

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Format: LP

Cat No: SSR00137

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Release Date:  21 June 2024

Label:  Subsound (Code 7)

Packaging Type:  Slip Sleeve (CD or Vinyl)

No of Units:  1

Barcode:  0791126232221

Genres:  Hard Rock & Metal  Experimental  

Release Date:  21 June 2024

Label:  Subsound (Code 7)

Packaging Type:  Slip Sleeve (CD or Vinyl)

No of Units:  1

Barcode:  0791126232238

Genres:  Hard Rock & Metal  Experimental  

  • Description

    In January 1999, after a few years of continuous and daily rehearsals, Zu entered a studio to record Bromio. The album was released later that year, and received immediate enthusiastic feedback from both press and audience, and within a few months, Zu started performing on stages across Europe. However, the band's lack of experience in recording work weighed heavily because the impact they had live was not present in the CD's sound at all. Thus, during the "very light forced break" from 2020 onwards, Zu finally found the time to reopen those recordings, rework them in various ways, replay some parts, and release Bromio exactly 25 years later, now with a sound much closer to the impact of their early live performances.

    Listening to it again 25 years later, it still sounds fresh and vibrant, not being tied to any predetermined genre or current fashion of the day (curious and almost comical the definition they were given of "jazzcore" when in reality the foundations of their sound drew much more from prog and metal). Enjoy listening!

    Description

    Limited Black and Yellow Swirl Coloured vinyl.

    In January 1999, after a few years of continuous and daily rehearsals, Zu entered a studio to record Bromio. The album was released later that year, and received immediate enthusiastic feedback from both press and audience, and within a few months, Zu started performing on stages across Europe. However, the band's lack of experience in recording work weighed heavily because the impact they had live was not present in the CD's sound at all. Thus, during the "very light forced break" from 2020 onwards, Zu finally found the time to reopen those recordings, rework them in various ways, replay some parts, and release Bromio exactly 25 years later , now with a sound much closer to the impact of their early live performances. Listening to it again 25 years later, it still sounds fresh and vibrant, not being tied to any predetermined genre or current fashion of the day (curious and almost comical the definition they were given of "jazzcore" when in reality the foundations of their sound drew much more from prog and metal). Enjoy listening!"

  • Tracklisting

      Disc 1

      Side 1

      • 1. Detonatore
      • 2. Xenitis
      • 3. Testa di Cane
      • 4. Zu Circus
      • 5. Asmodeo

      Side 2

      • 1. Cane Maggiore
      • 2. Epidurale
      • 3. Villa Belmonte
      • 4. Erotomane
      • 5. La Grande Madre delle Bestie

    Tracklisting

      Disc 1

      Side 1

      • 1. Detonatore
      • 2. Xenitis
      • 3. Testa di Cane
      • 4. Zu Circus
      • 5. Asmodeo

      Side 2

      • 1. Cane Maggiore
      • 2. Epidurale
      • 3. Villa Belmonte
      • 4. Erotomane
      • 5. La Grande Madre delle Bestie