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Virus Cycle is a Post-Apocalyptic Industrial Zombie Tech band from Boston, MA that combines haunting lyrics, pulsating beats, and grinding buzzsaw-esque guitars that takes listeners on a journey into a devastatingly bleak future of death and decay, plaqued by the flesh-eating undead. Johnny Virum, the mastermind behind the project, is a veteran of the Boston music scene. Before working on Virus Cycle, he released a number of album and toured, while having the pleasure of opening for The Misfits on their 30th Anniversary Tour, Gothminister (Danse Macabre Records), Carfax Abbey and Thou Shalt Not.

In 2011, Virus Cycle self-released their debut full-length album Alice In Zombieland in February along with their remix album Return to Zombieland in November. Both albums were very successful as they both saw a lot of radio play as well as reviews in blogs and magazines around the world. Virus Cycle had the chance to tour during 2011 and 2012 while supporting both albums, playing different venues and events such as QXT’s in New Jersey, Incantation in NYC, The Webster Theatre in Connecticut, Darq in Salem, Ma, McGann’s in Boston and The Level Room in Philadelphia. While touring, they had the great privilege to open for The Ego Likeness (Metropolis Records), Ludovico Technique (Metropolis Records), Nolongerhuman (COP International ), Morningwood (VH1 Records), Angels On Acid and Mindless Self Indulgence (The End Records).

On August 7th, the first single from the album called “Why Don’t You Love Me?” was released with accompanying remixes from artists from around the world. The single has seen national as well as international airplay.

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