Zao have announced their upcoming summer tour dates with Capra and Frail Body. Dates run as follows: 07/27 Raleigh, NC – Chapel Of Bones07/28 Atlanta, GA – Masquerade07/29 Jacksonville, FL – Underbelly07/30 Miami, FL – Gramps07/31 Orlando, FL – Conduit08/01 Pensacola, FL – Handlebar08/02 Baton Rouge, LA – Mid City Ballroom08/03 Houston, TX – The
  Islander released their new album It’s Not Easy Being Human and along with that release came a lyric video for their song “Skin Crawl“. The track features a guest spot from Brian “Head” Welch of Korn, Dan Weyandt, vocalist of Zao, and Bruce Fitzhugh, vocalist/guitarist of Living Sacrifice. Mikey Carvajal, the vocalist of Islander offered the following on the track: “‘Skin
  Darkest Hour has announced they will hit the road to celebrate the 15th anniversary of their 2007 album Deliver Us. The tour will see the band performing the album in full each night and will find Darkest Hour supported by Toxic Holocaust, Zao, and Bloodlet. Tour dates run as follows: With Toxic Holocaust: 06/30 San Francisco, CA – Bottom Of

Zao Debut “The Final Ghost”

  Zao has released a lyric video for their new track “The Final Ghost“. The song is from the band’s upcoming new album The Crimson Corridor which is set to release on April 09th. Dan Weyandt, the band’s vocalist offered the following regarding the single: “This song begins as a recollection of two separate events that I
  Furnace Fest was originally set for 2020 and was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but it appears the festival will be officially taking place September 24-26th 2021 at Sloss Furnaces in Birmingham, AL. This will mark the first ‘Furnace Fest‘ in about 16 years. Along with the new dates, the headliners for each

Zao Debut New Track “Croatoan”

  Zao has released a new song called “Croatoan“, which is the first single from their upcoming twelth studio album The Crimson Corridor. The album will be released on April 09th. Regarding the single, the band offered the following: “In 1587 a group of 115 English colonists arrived at Roanoke Island off the coast of what is now
‘Furnace Fest” will be taking place on September 18th-20th in Birmingham, Alabama and more bands have been announced for the festival. Those bands include: Misery Signals ’68 Living Sacrifice Zao The festival’s organizers offered the following statement regarding the new additions to the lineup: Merry Christmas from our family to yours! We’re thrilled to share