Zombies have been a recurring theme in my music for 10 years. Finally, I sat down to pen my definitive zombie story, inspired by George Romero, Max Brooks and, of course, the original Walking Dead comic books. The release features collabos with a lot of my friends, production from both myself and a lot of my friends, and a story that was extremely hard for me to write because I based it all on my real-life family.
Meet the graveyard from the original album cover:
Further breakdown of characters & themes:
released 30 October 2012
Written & Directed by Mikal kHill.
Mikal kHill - Vocals, Guitar, Bass, Drum Programming, Finger Drumming, Keyboards.
Z - Voice on "Distress Call"
Jesse Dangerously - Vocals, Production
Tribe One as "The Reporter" - Vocals
Sulfur - Vocals
Adam WarRock - Vocals
Stemage - Source samples on "It Begins" and guitar on "Voice on the Radio"
cecilnick - editing, additional production throughout the album, mixing.
Produced by Mikal kHill EXCEPT:
Title Sequence, Distress Call, Flee the Cities, & Lost in the City produced by cecilnick.
Death & Commerce produced by Jesse Dangerously.
Attic of the Milestone produced by DJ Empirical
What's Left produced by Adam Bomb.
Going Back to Sleep produced by Entity of Ecomog.
[Credits] produced by Romero Shaw.
Recorded & mastered by Mikal kHill.
Mixed by cecilnick.
"It Begins" contains samples of Stemage's "Three Minutes" from his album Zero Over Zero.
Cover art by Ethan Murphy and Luigi Teruel of Echelon Graphic Novels.
SULFUR WILL RETURN IN "STALKING THE DEAD."