GRAVE DIGGER Mixes Polka And Metal In 'Zombie Dance' Video

GRAVE DIGGER Mixes Polka And Metal In 'Zombie Dance' Video

The official music video for the song "Zombie Dance" from veteran German metallers GRAVE DIGGER can be seen below. The track is taken from the band's new album, "The Living Dead", which will be released on September 14 via Napalm Records.

After listening to "Zombie Dance", we know for sure that polka and metal fit perfectly together. This collaboration with GRAVE DIGGER's labelmates RUSSKAJA will make you dance, especially when it's played live on the latter group's upcoming "Tour Of The Living Dead".

GRAVE DIGGER vocalist Chris Boltendahl commented: "Polka and metal — is that fitting? With 'Zombie Dance', we are opening the gate to hell for every incarnate, true metalhead and GRAVE DIGGER fan. But, to be honest... the symbiosis between metal and polka turns out to be perfect and calls on everyone to dance and headbang.

You wanted PARTY — you've got it!! With 'Zombie Dance' and its video, we give you a late summer hit in 2018. Whoever stands still or remains seated while this song is played is already dead or not born yet!"

"The Living Dead" track listing:

01. Fear Of The Living Dead
02. Blade Of The Immortal
03. When Death Passes By
04. Shadow Of The Warrior
05. The Power Of Metal
06. Hymn Of The Damned
07. What War Left Behind
08. Fist In Your Face
09. Insane Pain
10. Zombie Dance
11. Glory Or Grave (bonus track)

The cover artwork can be seen below.

A headlining tour, dubbed "Tour Of The Living Dead", will launch in Hannover, Germany on January 11, 2019 and finish in Tel Aviv, Israel on February 9, 2019. Support on the trek will come from BURNING WITCHES.

GRAVE DIGGER's last album, "Healed By Metal", was released in January 2017 via Napalm Records.

GRAVE DIGGER is:

Chris Boltendahl - Vocals
Axel Ritt - Guitar
Jens Becker - Bass
Stefan Arnold - Drums
Marcus Kniep - Keyboards

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