LOOK WHAT I DID Rock Opera, 5 Years in the Making, Releases Today
WORLDWIDE (March 2, 2015) - At long last, five years in the making, the experimental prog punk and metal outfit Look What I Did's rock opera Zanzibar III: Analog Prison has been released on special edition 12" vinyl, complete with a script, through Chicago-based indie label So Say We All Records.
The vinyl release is available through So Say We All Records' Bandcamp page, linked below, along with a free, full-album stream.
The release has been delivered to all the typical digital retailers like iTunes and streaming services such as Spotify, and the record should be available through those outlets very soon.
The Nashville Scene recently reviewed Zanzibar III: Analog Prison and said, "Transforming a head-scratching proposition to an engaging narrative that's part comic book adventure and part political treatise with a love story sprinkled in, the album's founded on remarkably catchy and impressively diverse songwriting. On paper, Zanzibar may seem like a dense, virtually impenetrable exercise, but coming out of the stereo speakers the conceptual weirdness and the band's musical ADD doesn't let you turn away. Tracks like 'Wait, Don't Jump' and 'The Trial' veer between anthem and art experiment with a speed and proficiency that is both absurd and awe-inspiring."
Zanzibar III: Analog Prison should be appearing on digital download and streaming sites in the coming days.