Both The Zealots AND George Trouble are releasing albums in autumn 2018!
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“The dozen tracks that make up The Zealots’ new album, Open Season are underscored throughout by energetic power-pop riffs, punchy percussion that edges up against hyperactivity, and boisterous lyrics.
“The Zealots formed in New York in the ‘80s and have seen a number of iterations. Now based in Asheville, the lineup includes George Terry on lead vocals and guitar, lead guitar/multi-instrumentalist Aaron Price (who also produced Open Season), Christian Ferri on bass and poet-drummer Caleb Beissert.
“The album maintains its signature sound (designated as much by Terry's distinctive voice as the musicianship), but also touches on an array of styles and influences.”
– Alli Marshall, Mountain Xpress | Read full story, Sound Track web extra: The Zealots
“Guitar virtuoso and songwriter George Terry, a veteran of both the D.C. and Tarheel music scenes, is currently based in Asheville, NC, where he cut his latest collection (at the popular CollapseAble Studios with producer/owner Aaron Price, who also contributed keyboards and bass; also on hand is a who’s-who of local players, including members of the Blue Rags, Honeycutters and Shane Pruitt Band). Originally available as a digital album, Open Season is now getting a physical release, and the album’s easily one of the most satisfying sets to come out of the Ashvegas area in ages.”
– Fred Mills, Blurt | Read full review