Zao albums

Posted Jan 16, 2012
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  1. The Funeral Of God
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    The Funeral Of God (2004)

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    The Funeral of God is the seventh full-length album by metalcore band Zao. Released on July 13, 2004 through Ferret Records in the US, and on July 12, 2004 through Roadrunner and Ferret in Europe and Asia. It saw the return of guitarist, Russ Cogdell, and the addition of bassist Shawn Koschik and drummer Stephen Peck after the departure of Jesse Smith. A music video was made for the song "The Rising End (The First Prophecy)".


  2. Parade Of Chaos
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    Parade Of Chaos (2002)

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    Parade of Chaos is the sixth full-length album released by metalcore band Zao. Released on July 10, 2002 by Solid State/Tooth & Nail/EMI. This album was recorded similarly to (Self-Titled) with Scott and Jesse writing in the studio and Dan being absent until time to record vocals. This album was also recorded at the same time as the recording of the All Else Failed reissue. This album featured the departure of bassist Rob Horner.


  3. Where Blood And Fire Bring Rest
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    Where Blood And Fire Bring Rest (1998)

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    Where Blood and Fire Bring Rest is the third full-length album released by metalcore band Zao on Solid State/Tooth & Nail. It was the first album to feature vocalist Dan Weyandt after the departure of Shawn Jonas along with new bassists/guitarists, Russ Cogdell and Brett Detar. The album contains a sample from the film The Shining at the beginning of "To Think of You", as well as a sample from the horror film The Prophecy during the intro to "Ravage Ritual".


  4. The Fear Is What Keeps Us Here
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    The Fear Is What Keeps Us Here (2006)

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    The Fear Is What Keeps Us Here is the eighth full-length album by metalcore band Zao. It was released on June 13, 2006 on Ferret Records in the US and on June 12, 2006 in Europe. The album showcases the addition of drummer Jeff Gretz and bassist Martin Lunn. In interviews Gretz jokingly claimed it would be titled "The George Lucas Neckfat".


  5. Legendary
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    Legendary (2003)

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    Legendary is a "best of" album by metalcore band Zao. It was released on December 17, 2003 on Solid State/Tooth & Nail/EMI Records. It is the eighth album by the group. The last three songs are previously unreleased studio demos with Corey Darst on vocals.




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