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“We’re not hippies, but like a ‘60s band we want to bring a heightened awareness to global issues. We’ve traveled all over the world and everywhere there are similarities in people. It is one world,” Dan Shwetz, The Last Supper.

For those with an appetite for substance and deft musical style, The Last Supper delivers a tasty buffet of hard-driving tracks on Zero Degrees - Order into Chaos, the group’s newest release on their label, VAMP Records.

Bassist Scot Herndon and drummer Jason Woodley provide a solid foundation for Shwetz’s searing vocals and Peter Walker’s weaving guitar. While guided by a range of musical influences from hip-hop, to blues and rock, the recording is also flavored with the Egyptian spice of percussionist Diaa Tass.

The album took almost four years to complete and portions were recorded in Mama Joe’s in L.A., Little Chicago Studio, Ottawa, Studios Piccolo, Montreal, Pharaohs Audio Media in Cairo, and EMAC Studios in London. Produced by Shwetz, the album’s mixed credits include Danny Brodbeck (Ghandarva’s, Headstrong), with preproduction time spent in L.A. with Grammy producer Mark Sparks (Salt & Peppa, Madonna, Will Smith). Key contributions were made by a number of Middle Eastern musicians including Ahamad Nasr (keys, percussion, and accordion), Assmaa Elmnawr (vocals) and Hesham Niaz (arrangements). “We actually developed it in 13 studios,” explains Shwetz, adding that “0 degrees Order into Chaos” is the result of the bands “nine years experience.”

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