White Zombie

Watch an Unboxing Video of “White Zombie: It Came from N.Y.C.” Vinyl Box Set, Available June 3 via Numero Group

Watch Now, Exclusively via CraveOnline

5LPs or 3 CDs
108 page hardcover book
Complete Shirtography 1985-1990
50 previously unpublished photographs
…And More

Remastered by WHITE ZOMBIE Guitarist J. Yuenger


Watch a Teaser Video Here


This week marks just one month left until the highly-anticipated release of Numero Group’s upcoming White Zombie: It Came From N.Y.C. – the quintessential resurrection of White Zombie‘s eternally out-of-print early EPs and LPs. This set is the most exhaustive attempt so far to document the band’s wondrously ugly birth. Get reintroduced to White Zombie as New York noise-rock, a grotesque creation that clawed and threatened its way to crossover metal glory.


Today, you can watch a never-before-seen unboxing video featuring a lucky set of hands rifling through the vinyl edition of the set. What you see inside is just a taste of what you can expect from this painstakingly-arranged media documentation of White Zombie‘s formative years. Take a look inside White Zombie: It Came From N.Y.C. now, exclusively viaCraveOnlinehttp://www.craveonline.com/music/985551-exclusive-unboxing-video-white-zombie-it-came-from-n-y-c-box-set


Spread across five LPs or three compact discs, all 39 tracks on White Zombie: It Came From N.Y.C. have been remastered by White Zombie guitarist J. Yuenger himself and packaged alongside the original lurid artwork. The accompanying 108-page book painstakingly documents White Zombie‘s punishing progression through scores of unpublished photos, period discography, a T-shirtography, and tales from the terrifying early years that stitch together the sordid story of a band whose true power eclipsed its mainstream heyday. White Zombie lives. Don’t be afraid.


Pre-Order Here via Numero Group

It Came From N.Y.C. package details:

5LPs or 3 CDs

108 page hardcover book

20,000 word essay by Grayson Currin

Flyer gallery

Complete Shirtography, 1985-1990

50 previously unpublished photographs

Available on black, white*, and Toxic Waste Green* vinyl

*only available via Numero Group website


White Zombie: It Came From N.Y.C. track listing:


God’s On Voodoo Moon 7″-1985


Gentleman Junkie

King Of Souls

Tales From The Scare Crow Man

Cat’s Eye Resurrection

Black Friday*

Dead or Alive*



Pig Heaven 7″ – 1986


Pig Heaven

Scarecrow #2*

Red River Flow*

Rain Insane*

Paradise Fireball*

Slaughter The Grey



Psycho-Head Blowout 12″ EP – 1987



Fast Jungle

Gun Crazy




True Crime



Soul-Crusher 12″ LP – 1987                      



Shack Of Hate

Drowning The Colossus

Crow III

Die Zombie Die


Truck On Fire

Future Shock

Scum Kill

Diamond Ass



Make Them Die Slowly 12″ LP – 1989                              



Disaster Blaster



Acid Flesh

Power Hungry




God Of Thunder 12″ EP – 1989


God Of Thunder

Love Razor

Disaster Blaster-2


*Previously unissued



Stay tuned for more information and exclusives coming soon. For more information on White Zombie: It Came From N.Y.C.  and the Numero Group, please visithttp://www.numerogroup.com/products/white-zombie-it-came-from-nyc.


About Numero Group:

The Numero Group is an archival record label founded in 2003 in Chicago, Illinois, and it is a dogged, obsessive faction in an ongoing war. Our mission is dirty and labor-intensive… and it’s urgent as all hell. Time kills off precious bits of passed-over sound, story, and ephemera every day, just as fast as we can haul out of exile our sprawling treasury of under-heard recordings-along with the musicians, writers, and entrepreneurs who created them.

MOLTEN METAL: Mayhem in San Bernardino, CA



My favorite time of the year, the annual MayhemFest, kicked off its 6th tour in San Bernardino on June 29th, 2013. What better way to spend a scorching hot summer day than with thousands of sweaty metalheads in the dirt and completely unleash the beast within!  This year’s lineup was extra HEAVY! I caught full sets of BattleCross, Son of Osirus, Machine Head, and Children of Bodom on both the Jagermeister stage and the Musician Institute stage. I also caught a few songs from Job For a Cowboy‘s set, which I enjoyed tremendously. My green VIP wrist band gave me access backstage, where I ran into a few of my favorite metal dudes. Right before Machine Head was to hit the stage, I saw Phil Demmel and we started talking.  All of a sudden, Jason Hook of Five Finger Death Punch rides up on a green dirt bike. I stopped him and asked him to join us in a photo-op and he was down!  Totally surreal and way cool of him! Everyone was in a good mood despite the heat!  Machine Head really killed it with a powerful performance and killer stage set up. I was rocking out on stage with them, looking out at the sea of metalheads crowd surfing to the almighty Rob Flynn.  The crowd surfing was out of control!  I have never seen so many girls crowd surf at a metal show.  Everyone was going nuts, but at the same time making sure no one was getting hurt.  Backstage, I ran into Mike Faley of Metal Blade Records. He was keeping cool in a seat in the shade.  I told him how sick BatterCross’s performance was and he agreed!  In a previous interview I had with Brian Slagel of Metal Blade Records, he mentioned how much he liked BattleCross and to keep a look out for them this summer. He was right, I was blown away. I bought a CD and a T-shirt form the lead singer, Kyle “Gumby” Gunther and had the band sign it! I am digging the new BattleCross album “War of Will.”   It’s intense!  Another band I’ve never seen live that I am now totally into is Born of Osiris! Pretty powerful how they mix in beats and keyboard! Children of Bodom played last on the Music Institute Stage. Alexi Laiho can do no wrong. He is the ultimate shredder! Continue reading


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