Self-Titled (Zao album)

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(Self-Titled)
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Studio album by Zao
Released February 27, 2001
Recorded Poynters Palace, Little Rock, Arkansas between September 10 and September 23, 2000
Genre Metalcore
Length 36:08
Label Solid State/Tooth & Nail/EMI
Producer Barry Poynter
Zao chronology
Liberate Te Ex Inferis
(1999)Liberate Te Ex Inferis1999
(Self-Titled)
(2001)
Parade of Chaos
(2002)Parade of Chaos2002
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]
Decapolis not rated[2]
Jesus Freak Hideout 3.5/5 stars[3]

(Self-Titled) is the fifth full-length album by metalcore band Zao. Released on February 21, 2001 by Solid State/Tooth & Nail/EMI. This album saw the departure of guitarist Russ Cogdell, the entire album was written in the recording studio by Scott and Jesse. Dan would be sent the tracks to write lyrics and then recorded them, the band famously broke up on stage (in Pennsylvania, Sept 2001) touring this album.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "5 Year Winter" 2:28
2. "Alive Is Dead" 2:45
3. "A Tool to Scream" 4:10
4. "Witchunter" 3:09
5. "Trashcanhands (Keyboard Cowards)" 3:37
6. "The Race of Standing Still" 5:07
7. "FJL" 2:01
8. "The End of His World" 3:09
9. "The Dreams That Don't Come True" 5:59
10. "At Zero (Simeon Simmons)" 3:38

Credits[edit]

  • Daniel Weyandt - vocals, percussion
  • Scott Mellinger - composer, guitar, bass, percussion, producer
  • Jesse Smith - drums, acoustic guitar, vocals, composer, bass guitar, keyboards, percussion, producer, programming, vocals
  • Rob Horner - bass
Production
  • Russ Cogdell - composer
  • Brian Gardner - mastering
  • David Johnson - photography
  • Jason Magnusson - engineer
  • Barry Poynter - engineer, bass

References[edit]

  1. ^ Self-Titled at AllMusic
  2. ^ Decapolis review at the Wayback Machine (archived November 1, 2001)
  3. ^ Powless, Steven (October 19, 2011). "Zao, "(Self-Titled)" Review". Jesus Freak Hideout. Retrieved September 18, 2015.