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About zaoza

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  • Birthday 09/23/1988

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  1. I've followed you for quite awhile! Didn't know you're in VC too. My IG is https://www.instagram.com/zam_kamus/
  2. zaoza

    PO NOW: Hopesfall - Arbiter

    I'm a big fan of Magnetic North and The Satellite Years. A Type has really grown on me after dismissing it when it came out. In the case of Arbiter, it's just the perfect mixture of everything they've ever done. Can safely say this will be on my top 5 AOTY.
  3. http://www.relapse.com/pig-destroyer-head-cage/ preorder page is up. but product links not active yet.
  4. it's up. https://www.npr.org/2018/07/05/625292101/first-listen-deafheaven-ordinary-corrupt-human-love
  5. Just listened to Ease and the single above. I'm pretty much hooked. Will PO once I get my paycheck.
  6. Ahha nice! Will give you a follow.
  7. This is an example of that clear with some sort of melt. Looks really cool, but now it’s opaque. Oh well. Excited nonetheless.
  8. Ordered! Perfect birthday gift for me.
  9. Canary Yellow is up on spotify. It's amazing.
  10. zaoza

    [PO] Nothing - Dance On the Blacktop

    Enjoyed Zero Day's production way more than the clean sound of ToT. I'm a fan of GoE's sound. Quite interesting insights about the meaning of the album title after reading the official press release.
  11. zaoza

    [PO] Nothing - Dance On the Blacktop

    Already up for PO on itunes. 9 songs, 43 minutes. https://itunes.apple.com/my/album/dance-on-the-blacktop/1375809650
  12. DW exclusive for me! Loving the new song.
  13. Got the splatter!
  14. Same, and super excited!
  15. Yeah you’re right. This is taken from DW page: Taking more literary cues, the lyrics to the expansive “Honeycomb” reference seminal Argentinian writer Julio Cortazar, author of the elaborately structured stream-of-conscious novel Hopscotch while another song, "Canary Yellow," includes the line “I have wondered about the language of flowers.”