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Spotify Wormhole Session #3: Zao

Session #3
The Crimson Corridor

The Final Ghost - I remember when I first heard this song and being instantly hooked
Beyond the persistent driving riffing, the lyrics stick with me; “Collective dreaming, We’re
all one and alone”. This last 1:55 or so completely slap.
2On Broken Wings
Some Of Us May Never See The World

I Do My Crossword Puzzles in Ink - What was I. The air or water in Boston during the
late 90’s and early 2000s. Love the post emo and grind influence here. (Heart tapped)

Like Starscream - Exceptional riffing and “interesting” Prog breaks. (Heart Tapped)

Listless - Clean vocals were a nice addition

Maybe the Earth is Flat - it’s always interesting to hear early metalcore breakdowns.
3Dead To Fall
The Phoenix Throne

All my hero’s have failed me - Dig the intro riff, melodic lines are great, the pedal tone riffing is super heavy; a solo to boot. (Heart Tapped)
4Remembering Never
Women and Children Die First

For the Love of Fiction - Headbanger, this feels like nostalgia. (Heart Tapped)
5Blood Has Been Shed

She Speaks to Me - apparently this is killswitch before they were killswitch.
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