La Habra, CA-based power-punk stalwarts zebrahead premiere a new video for the song Who Brings a Knife to a Gunfight from their latest release Walk The Plank. The album is produced by Paul Miner (New Found Glory, Agnostic Front, Death By Stereo) and mixed by Kyle Black (New Found Glory, Hit The Lights, Strung Out) out now on MFZB Records/Rude Records.

See the new video here: https://youtu.be/5pdOi_pDu_ger

For the first time ever the band will be playing two special shows at Brooklyn’s Knitting Factory. The early years on July 22 and the later years on July 23 together both shows will combine the musical journey of the band.

zebrahead is vocalist/rapper Ali Tabatabaee, vocalist/guitarist Matty Lewis, bassist Ben Osmundson, drummer Ed Udhus and guitarist Dan Palmer.

Walk The Plank is the follow up to the band’s 2013 release, Call Your Friends. It all started in 1998 with the release of the Yellow EP on California based indie label Dr. Dream, the buzz began and zebrahead signed to Columbia Records and released their full-length debut, Waste of Mind later that same year. Next came Playmate of the Year in mid-2000 and was met with rave reviews, the album’s infectious title track received over 4000 spins on Modern Rock and Rock radio, garnering airplay on some of the planets biggest alternative stations. Next was the 2003 release of zebrahead’s critically acclaimed MFZB, MFZB had the highest testing alternative song for months running with “Rescue Me”.  The band spent the summer of 2006 on the Vans Warped Tour as Broadcast to the World was released that July through SPV/Sony. In 2008 the band released Phoenix with a warning from Absolute Punk listen with caution as your face may melt right off of your head”, in 2009 came Panty Raid followed by their 2011 release Get Nice.

Known around the globe for their explosive live shows, zebrahead has played The Vans Warped Tour, Reading Festival, Leeds Festival, Download Festival, Southside Festival, Rock AM Ring, Rock AM Park, Summersonic Festival, Punkspring Festival, Groezrock Festival, Pukkelpop Festival, Sonisphere Festival, Hurricane Festival, Greenfield Festival, NovaRock Festival, Area 4 Festival, Highfield Festival, and the list goes on.

To stay up-to-date go to http://www.zebrahead.com.

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