Cork City, County Cork
"Cork newbies making big, bold, doomy electrorock with some majestic hooks and melodies under the bonnet."
Jim Carroll (The Irish Times)
"They’ve only been going for six months but in that time have signed to Psychonavigation Records for the release of their debut, Indian Summer, which will be out in June. An album and a record deal in the space of a year – I didn’t even realise these things still happened. The tunes are mad catchy..."
Naomi McArdle (Harmless Noise)
"Taking ques from New Order and MGMT, Eoghan Reid, Vincent Murray and Scimon Tist let their robotic tendencies run riot with ballsy freaktronica you had better not set your watch to."
Celina Murphy (Hot Press Magazine)
"Cork's Zombie Computer conjure up mysterious, dark landscapes painted over with a sinister sheen of distortion, combining the two to create brilliant, hook-laden anthems, with their accents brought to the fore."
Huw Oliver (Sucking Lemons) // UK
"They're going to be huge"
Stuart Clarke (Deputy Editor // Hot Press Magazine)
"Electro Indie Rock a la Klaxons via Killers meets New Order, quite dark but with a good accentuation on the beat so this is still fun to dance to."
Bugbear Bookings // UK
Zombie Computer couple glitchy, dark dance beats with prominent guitar. It’s topped by spooky dissonant vocals, reminiscent of a grungier time when pitch was tertiary.
Halley Bondy (MTV IGGY) // USA
Forming in June 2010, and drawing comparisons to the likes of New Order, Crystal Castles & MGMT; Zombie Computer quickly gathered a cult following on the strength of their no holds barred live performances.
In July 2010 the band quickly began work on their debut LP “Indian Summer” which was released in June 2011 on Psychonavigation Records. To launch and celebrate the release the band embarked on an Irish and UK tour.
In a relatively short period of time, they have been championed by Jim Carroll (The Irish Times), Harmless Noise, Hot Press & MTV Iggy, and received extensive airplay on radio stations such as BBC Radio 1, 2FM, Phantom FM, Red FM & Cork's 96FM.
Having turned the heads of both festival goers and critics alike at the recent Indiependence Music Festival the band will soon take part in prestigious industry events; IMRO Showcase Tour 2011 and Hard Working Class Heroes Festival.
Not ones to rest on their laurels the band who are Eoghan Reid, Vince Murray & Scimon Tist, are currently on the second leg of their "Indian Summer" tour while also writing new material for their sophomore release.