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The impressive two-minute clip follows the concept of the band’s EP which is completely based on zombies – escaping them, surviving the zombie plague – and a survivor who spends his days warding off the brain-starved and loneliness.  Baney shot the clip earlier this summer in London, Ohio, on the outskirts of Columbus.  “We needed a location that had big, open fields, and a sense of isolation, and this place was perfect,” said Baney.  “We got friends and friends of friends to be in it, and my brother William, was cast to play the lead.  I guess he knew someone…”

TDWP has been getting some of the best reviews of their career for “Zombie EP,” and the EP has just become the biggest pre-order item for MerchNow, the band’s online fulfillment center.  The band is currently on their “Back to the Roots” U.S. tour, with remaining dates below.

AUGUST
19        The Ottobar, Baltimore, MD*
20        First Unitarian Church, Philadelphia, PA*
21        First Unitarian Church, Philadelphia, PA*
22        Highline, New York, NY*
23        Gramercy Theatre, New York, NY*
25        Harpers Ferry, Boston, MA*
26        Harpers Ferry, Boston, MA*
27        Crocodile Rock, Allentown, PA*
28        Grog Shop, Cleveland, OH*
29        Grog Shop, Cleveland, OH*

SEPTEMBER
4        Revelation Generation @ Revelation Farms, Frenchtown, NJ**

* headline dates
** major outdoor festivals

Early reviews for “Zombie EP”

Decoy Music – “an epic metalcore EP….that makes you want more from this band.”

HM – “The songs are well written, powerful and as catchy as any set of metal riffs can be, with a musical uniqueness that their scene is starving for.”

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