Zico Chain promise Bile and Blood
The power triumvirate that is Zico Chain return with an immense new single “These Birds Will Kill Us All”, alongside new tracks; “Bile N Blood” and “Daycase”; all produced by Dave Eringa (Manic Street Preachers, Idlewild).
“These Birds Will Kill Us All” sees Chris Glithero, Paul Frost and Oli Middleton expanding their sound, going from the excellent post grunge of their debut album Food to an aggressive new take on hard rock. No pop punk or pretty pictures here, and now that everyone’s stopped making noise and writing songs, Zico are one step ahead.
Zico Chain are converting the disaffection, frustration and aggression of young British rock fans into a sound that has their crowd tattooing themselves in respect. Having given up the easy life, Zico have spent the last year breaking further away from the conveyor belt bands and the outdated industry, and now have an arsenal of killer riffs with a delivery to match, all honed in their home sweet home; an east London storage space that’s a tower of power in the middle of hoods and hoodies.
But enough of home – Zico Chain are playing away this month at….
Sun 13-Sep - Brighton - Freebutt
Tues 15-Sep - Hull - The Lamp
Wed 16-Sep - Exeter - Cavern
Thurs 17-Sep - Bath - Moles Club
Fri 18-Sep - TunbridgeWells - The Forum
Sun 20-Sep - Southampton - Talking Heads
Mon 21-Sep - Swindon - 12 Bar
Tues 22-Sep - Birmingham - The Flapper
Wed 23-Sep - Liverpool - The Masque
Thurs 24-Sep - Nottingham - Rock City
Fri 25-Sep - Cardiff - Barfly
Sat 26-Sep - Harlow - The Square
Wed 30-Sep - Derby - The Rockhouse
Thurs 01-Oct - Middlesbrough - The Crown
Sat 03-Oct - Coventry - Kasbah
Zico Chain’s debut album, Food, gathered a stack of acclaim with everything from a Radio 1 Record of the Week, and weeks at number 1 on the MTV2 Rock Chart with “Where Would You Rather Be”, through the usual storming dates, main stage at Download; and tours with the great and good, from Ghost of a Thousand, Alkaline Trio, Deftones and Disturbed to G&R legends Slash and Duff.