Tag: A New Tomorrow

Bootleg: Zulu in Baltimore Maryland!

It has to be said that “A New Tomorrow” by Flatspot Records signings Zulu is one that completely blew us away. Loaded with samples, intriguing melodies and crushing Death Metal masquerading as Hardcore with a little bit of Hip-Hop, it’s one that will leave you wondering exactly what you just heard. Pro-shot at the Baltimore

NEWS: Zulu premier “From Tha Gods To Earth” music video!

The premier of a music video for “From Tha Gods To Earth” has been conjoined the release date of the album “A New Tomorrow” from Zulu via Flatspot Records, one we reviewed earlier this week. The band splice together Hardcore, Powerviolence and Death Metal against an mind blowing collection of samples and instrumentals that celebrate

Review: “A New Tomorrow” by Zulu

“While our past material was a more direct approach and very in your face about the treatment of black individual’s around the world, I wanted to step away and express the love and beauty of us. That through all the hard things we go through, that’s not just what we are and it doesn’t define

NEWS: Zulu want more than this…

…with less than a month out from the release of their debut album, “A New Tomorrow” on 3rd March via Flatspot Records, Los Angeles Californian Hardcore crew Zulu has shared new single “We’re More Than This”. Never ones to be pigeonholed, the song trades in the Heavy Hardcore sound of prior singles for a Jazz

NEWS: Zulu premier “Where I’m From”!

As the debut album from fast rising Flatspot Records signings Zulu approaches on 3rd March, the Los Angeles Californian Hardcore crew have shared a music video for “Where I’m From” which features both Pierce Jordan of Soul Glo and Obioma Ugonna of Playytime. The clip was influenced by the iconic music video for “Scenario” by

NEWS: Zulu look to a new tomorrow!

Filmed and directed by vocalist Anaiah Lei and guitarist Dez Yusef, giving a monochromatic look into the band, Los Angeles Hardcore Power Violence crew Zulu have shared a music video for “Fakin’ Tha Funk (You Get Did)”. It’s the first from a 3rd March dated Flatspot Records releasing album titled “A New Tomorrow“, which was