New recording fall 2014
Zebulon Pike has completed studio work for a new full-lenth recording.
The official record release show is scheduled for Saturday, November 1st at the Triple Rock Social club in Minneaopis.
Special guests Vulgaari and Electric Hawk (Chicago) are confirmed.
Space Is The Corpse Of Time
Grab a copy of the most recently released Zebulon Pike recording.
"Space Is The Corpse Of Time" is available on CD, vinyl (double LP), and digital download.
Recordings and Shirts
Zebulon Pike recordings and shirts can be ordered from the
merch page on this site.
Upcoming shows (shows page for details)
November 1 -- Record Release -- Triple Rock Social Club -- Minneapois, MN
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"If you're into Mastodon, Pelican, the classic Southern Lord sound, I'm begging and pleading for you people to listen to this."
"It`s tough, heavy and very impressive all the way around...definitely a good CD for the Melvins/Sleep fans."
"One can realize very quickly that this band is brilliant with riffs."
"One of the very best brainy hard-rock records of the last few years."
"I don't know a damn thing about playing an instrument, but I do know what sounds good… ZP both know how to play their instruments and have that all-important musical chemistry that shakes out the greats."
--Hell Ride Music
"Also proving that this band is incredible and knows precisely what they're doing is the fact that the recording is flawless."
"This stuff is as powerful as bands like The Champs and Don Cabellero and definitely reminiscent of bands like King Crimson with wicked precise guitars."
"Zebulon Pike could share the stage with groups like Spickle, Karma To Burn, etc."
"Inventive music that keeps us alert and wanting more from start to finish, very strong indeed."
"Heavy instrumental four-piece Zebulon Pike make expansive music for a compressed world.
Alternately brutal and tender, their serious but not humorless music punches you in the face
and gives you a soothing, nonsexual neck massage. Recommended for fans of Metallica, Yes,
Richard Wagner, down-tuned guitars, cannonlike kick drums, and oceanic tempests suggestive
of divine retribution."
-- City Pages