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The idea behind Sonic Child was to write a concept album about our love for music. “Just music” is what we are about, not style or fashion. – Nick van Delft

Germany’s Zodiac are one of the best classic sounding hard rock bands going at the moment (in addition to having one of the trippiest cover images of last year for Sonic Child). It was a pleasure to communicate with Nick van Delft from the band for New Noise (USA) and you can check out our introductory chat HERE. Highly recommend these guys. RIYL Graveyard, Kyng, Steppenwolf

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Prosthetic Records has consistently been killing it of late, finding great new talent like Anacondas and Set And Settingf plus releasing skull bangers like Septicflesh’s monstrously epic Titan or Trap Them’s Blissfucker, both this year! The new single “A Penny And a Dead Horse” from Germany’s Zodiac is right on target as well. Fans of Blues Pills, Graveyard, Gypsyhawk, Witchcraft, the classic rock boogie side of Royal Trux or will most likely get down to the fuckin’ seven-minute stellar groove of “A Penny and a Dead Horse.”  It’s taken from upcoming album Sonic Child and you may check it out below. They really oughta cram this baby into the end credits of one of the last episodes of True Blood before the show ends for good.

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After the successful release of A Hiding Place  in 2013 and an intense touring campaign all over Europe in its support, the German blues rock four-piece ZODIAC have once again entered Megaphon Tonstudios with producer Martin Meinschäfer in order to record their next album, which is expected to be released in North America on September 16.

To bridge the gap until the release, ZODIAC have decided to unveil a new music video for their track “Free” (taken from “A Hiding Place”), which features footage shot recently during the band’s trip to London in order to perform two sets at the Desert Fest UK event at the end of April.

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