There’s a good chance that Zombie Nation will never live down the infamous “Kernkraft 400,” which, 10 years after its release, is just as likely to be heard at your local sports arena as it is the club. Nevertheless, albums like Zombielicious do help prove that the Munich-based artist is more than a one-hit wonder. This is actually his fourth full-length; and, as expected, it’s loaded with propulsive, synth-driven, post-electroclash dance cuts. While Zombielicious doesn’t have any real anthems and definitely runs long, it has a cheeky sense of humor throughout. Plus, songs like “Supercake 53,” “Worth It Pt1,” and “Forza” are bassy slices of filtered electro that will undoubtedly be slurped up by your local blog house DJ.