There are at least 3 artists using this name:
1. a Polish electronic music composer
2. a Brazilian thrash metal band
3. an American thrash metal band
Polish: This 24-year-old gentle Polish guy began to compose electronic music as soon as 1997. As a teenager, equipped with two 500 Amiga, a 600 Amiga and a 1200 Amiga, he came up with “light” drum'n'bass, old school rave and minimal Detroit-type techno.
In 1998, living in Szczecin, he was in charge of a broadcast called Cybernoc on a local radio and was used to playing in Club 12 Groszy. Getting the crowd going, getting the crowd screaming…
Zombie goes on playing minimal techno and “heavy” drum'n'bass in clubs and underground places. In 2002, the crew Behemoth Breaks is founded by Zombie and NobiOne, soon joined by Pioter and Hatilak.
Rocked by Zombie's and Pioter's productions, industrial d&b nights multiply, especially at the Neuron, the Neroshocked Crew's club. Many Polish DJs took part to the NoRemorse's nights cycle, as well as a French DJ dropping in, Zoar(gH). They also played in 2004 with Hekate, during the pure Underground Festival and Poltek.
In 2005, Zombie carries on his chill-out program on Radio ABC, launched in 2003, until it ends after the radio's buying up. But the story doesn't end there, as Zombie's horizon isn't limited to chill-out music. Indeed he regularly plays in Szczecin, but also in Katowice with Eye D, during the I Destroy night at the InQbator, and also in Lodz. Zombie is now a member of the AbsurdSquad based in Krakow.
American: Zombie was a short-lived American thrash/speed metal band formed in 2004. Its members would split not long after their only release: a split with Sacrificial Blood. Most of Zombie's members, including vocalist John Kevill, would later form the successful thrash metal group Warbringer.
Brazilian: Zombie is a Brazilian thrash/speed metal band formed in 2005.
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