RECENTLY VACATED GRAVES: TRUE ZOMBIE METAL has one mission: to devour your brains.
RVG:TZM is metal for the zombified among us.
Check out the videos and albums below to fill your brain with true zombie metal.
Antietam 1862 EP
The bloodiest single day in American history occurred on September 17, 1862 at the Battle of Antietam near Sharpsburg, MD. Three thousand six hundred fifty-four men met their demise and over seventeen thousand more were wounded. As fast as men dropped, the undead rose in their place while the fighting occurred all around them. They had no allegiance to the Union or Confederacy. They only cared for flesh.
Former Human Sergeant
Former Human Sergeant, RVG:TZM's sophomore album, has been described by ourselves as "a brain-splatteringly brilliant collection of zombie metal."
By zombies. For zombies. Includes an epic tribute to the classic DOOM video game.
Legions of Decay EP
"Towards the end of World War I the German high command began a series of experiments on soldiers involving snake poison discovered on a Pacific island. According to legend, if used correctly it could pass on the gift of superhuman powers and immortality. Desperate to change the course of the war, the high command ordered a platoon of men to be injected with the chemically modified poison and to be sent into battle, even though it had not been thoroughly tested." -Zombie International's 'All Undead on the Western Front'
Inspired by Zombie International's comic "All Undead on the Western Front," RVG:TZM presents the heaviest, doomiest, and ravenous album to date. From the catastrophic failure of "Operation Orcinianus Copia," to the worldwide pandemonium of "All Shall Fall," and the eerie, wordless epilogue of "Hgrghrg," Legions of Decay is the perfect complement to Zombie International's thrilling story, yet stands on its own, hungering for brains.
Zombie International provided 100% of the artwork for Legions of Decay. "All Undead on the Western Front" is available from Zombie International in both print and interactive versions.