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Kazakhstan based Zarraza Debut has Dropped

Zarraza Debut
Kazakhstan thrash maniacs ZARRAZA have released their long-awaited debut album Necroshiva on May 11, 2018. The album is the follow up to the band's 2013 EP Cutting Meat, Fast And Loud.

About Zarraza:

Formed in 2010, ZARRAZA independently released two EPs ("Bullets & Beliefs" 2012, "Cutting Meat. Fast & Loud" 2013 ) and became one of the hardest working metal bands in Central Asia. The band has played in Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Kazakhstan.

The band received international notoriety after Maxim Magazine shared their video for "Zombie Kids" with Asking Alexandria, who expressed fear and disgust after watching.

Now the band is ready to blow up the scene with their first full-length album. The band commented "The only thing we worry about is how our lyrics for songs like “If I was Satan” would be translated into Kazakh or Russian. Anti-religious songs full of sarcasm and quotes from Giordano Bruno and Pierre-Simon de Laplace are not welcomed in a country where there is a significant Muslim population."

ZARRAZA line up:
Nick Khalabuzar – guitar and vocal
Ruslan Konon – drums
Eugene Hablack – bass
Dan Eternal – guitar

“Necroshiva” album info
The album was recorded in the fall and winter of 2017 through 2018 in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Mixed and mastered by Arkadiy Navaho (KATALEPSY, SIBERIAN MEATGRINDER, DISTANT SUN), Navaho Studio (Moscow, Russia). Cover artwork by V. Smerdulak (KATALEPSY).

Track list:
• Abyss Above me
• Shadows
• Necroshiva
• More Than Hate
• Echo of the Future
• Dead Star
• Voice Of The Forgotten
• 150 words

ZARRAZA on social media

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    April 12, 2018

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