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More Info:The extraordinary two-piece Zombi has reappeared with Surface to Air, the long-awaited follow-up to it's' acclaimed debut Cosmos. Surface to Air teems with the stirring, trance-inducing deluges of rhythm and sound the duo is renowned for. Swelling waves of melodic synth ride atop a broad bass and drum foundation. Sequences of repetition roll, build, and unfold with the measured patience of master artisans. Less an album than a moving, breathing mass of symphonic sound; Surface to Air creates boundless moving pictures that are nothing short of breathtaking. 2006.
With an arsenal of vintage synths and space pads, the Pittsburgh duo has moved on from nodding to Goblin's unsettling '70s horror scores and begun to break their own ground in post-Genesis prog.The Chicago-via-Pittsburgh duo made their name updating the brooding synth scores of 70s B-horror, the sort of soundscapes that defined multiple Romero and Argento films. Zombis sophomore effort applies way busier, more combustible drumming. Eat your brains out, Goblin.