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Tzimani Streaming Self-Titled EP, Set For Reissue March 27th On Bonita Steel Records

Tzimani Streaming Self-Titled EP, Set For Reissue March 27th On Bonita Steel Records + Vinyl Out In July via Diabolic Might Records

Tzimani, a duo comprised of the Vazquez brothers, whose sound is part the burgeoning revival of the new wave of American heavy metal, were supposed to be on the road this March and April across the USA and Canada for a twenty-seven date tour in support of their reissued debut self-titled EP on Bonita Steel Records and Diabolic Might Records for vinyl. But like many other bands in the metal community, they were forced to postpone all their dates due to the Covid 19 pandemic affecting the world. The heavy metal brothers bring forth twin guitar leads, melodic solos, catchy choruses and a sharp, but raspy vocal technique that make you feel like your right in the middle of the 1980s heavy metal explosion. They echo the sounds of legends such as Guns N’ Roses, Mötley Crüe, Iron Maiden and Judas Priest. On their last few runs, Tzimani has shared the stage with national and international touring acts such as Huntress, Scarlet Canary, Final Drive, Joan Ov Arc, Scattered Hamlet, Bewitcher, Mothership, Truck Fighters, and more. Before the reissued EP officially drops on March 27th, the duo have teamed up with for its exclusive full stream below. The EP also features covers of Dio's 'Night People' and W.A.S.P.'s 'Doctor Rockter' along with tracks from their 2017 demo. Listen to the full stream of Tzimani via HERE. Music Video 'We Are The Ones' here. Album pre-order links:

Digital here.

Vinyl here.

Track Listing:

1. Shift (0:32)

2. Overdrive (4:07)

3. Locomotive (4:32)

4. Final Hour (3:58)

5. We Are The Ones (4:25)

6. Get Me Out of Here (4:14)

7. Carry On (3:53)

8. Night People (Dio cover) (4:08)

9. Doctor Rockter (W.A.S.P. cover) (3:52)

10. Overdrive (2017 Demo) (4:06)

11. Final Hour (2017 Demo) (3:57)

12. Get Me Out of Here (2017 Demo) (3:48)

Album Length: 45:37 For more info:

EPK “Despite sparking synapses associated with a variety of high-octane hard rock and metal birthed in the days of yore, this self titled debut EP genuinely feels fresh-faced. Pull on your leather, put the pedal to the metal, and smell the gasoline …” - Sleeping Village Reviews

“One of the best bands to come out of the San Diego area and another great signing by Metal Assault Management. These tracks fill you with that 70s-80s Heavy Metal you love and need in your life, but it’s updated just enough to give their own flavoring. What makes this even better is that this band is two brothers, Eddie and Sebastian Vazquez. It’s great to see family that gets together for the power of metal. They are going to go far if they are capable of this so early in their career.” - That Drummer Guy

“Considering the relative short time together as Tzimani, it’s easy to gauge the band’s great instincts when it comes to songwriting, performance, and execution. They have all the tools to get the beer flowing and the fists flying high, and that’s the name of the game to building an audience in the metal landscape.” - Dead Rhetoric

“The song [Overdrive] is a thrashing speed demon of a hit, only ever slowing down to release a soaring refrain with a powerful vocal delivery. The guitars are downright filthy in their approach, ripping through solos and arpeggios with ease, not to mention the blistering pace of the verse riff.” - New Noise Magazine

“This was only an EP, can you imagine how their full length will be like? This nice little teaser will have your speed demon wanting more.” - Ugh Metal

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