Vocals [Additional] – Martin Lunn
|2||Physician Heal Thyself||3:56|
|3||Everything You Love Will Soon Fly Away||3:07|
|4||It's Hard Not To Shake With A Gun In Your Mouth
Vocals [Additional] – Scott Mellinger
|5||Kingdom Of Thieves||3:23|
|6||Killing Time 'Til It's Time To Die||3:02|
|7||There Is No Such Thing As Paranoia||3:06|
|8||Pudgy Young Blondes With Lobotomy Eyes||3:56|
|9||My Love, My Love (We've Come Back From The Dead)||2:48|
|10||American Sheets On The Deathbed||2:47|
|11||A Last Time For Everything||5:14|
|12||Black Coffee (Bonus Track For Japan)||4:22|
|F068-2||ZAO||The Fear Is What Keeps Us Here (CD, Album)||Ferret Music||F068-2||US||2006|
|F968-2||ZAO.*||The Fear Is What Keeps Us Here. (CD, Album + DVD, NTSC)||Ferret Music||F968-2||US||2006|
The Fear Is What Keeps Us Here is the eighth full-length album by metalcore band Zao. It was released on June 13, 2006 on Ferret Records in the US and on June 12, 2006 in Europe. The album showcases the addition of drummer Jeff Gretz and bassist Martin Lunn. In interviews Gretz jokingly claimed it would be titled "The George Lucas Neckfat". The album was released in two versions
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Zao - The Fear Is What Keeps Us Here. Zao's revolving doors have rarely stopped spinning with each album release and "The Fear Is What Keeps Us Here" is no exception, as guitarist Russ Cogdell is the latest to exit the group as a result of a knee injury that would have kept him from playing live. However, where in the past he would have likely been quickly replaced, this time the band have decided to continue on with just one guitarist in their ranks.
10 years after their very first full-length, All Else Failed, they've returned with just as much vigor and intensity as they began with. The Fear Is What Keeps Us Here tones down a lot of the overtly Christian themes that were prevalent on the last few records, but the same trademark sound and guttural vocals have not gone anywhere. As one of the forerunners of the metalcore scene, Zao have had to constantly try to remain relevant - and it hasn't always worked. The end of Zao's rope, however, or at least the end of this album, is their real shining moment. A Last Time for Everything" is a song that builds slowly with an ever-quickening and ever-loudening drum beat, while the rest of the band meanders through a variety of tempos until things slow towards the middle, only to slowly begin the climb back up.
Zao - the fear is what keeps us here 2006 CD ferret music poison the well. Zao : L'aiguille CD (2006). As a matter of fact, there's very little here-or on this album-that harkens to Zeuhl music. Feels and sounds like the Zao crew has shaken loose from the Vander clutches and moved fully into the jazz fusion fold. Probably the weakest song on the album-almost anti-climactic fill-but still good.
Splinter Shards the Birth of Separation, Zao’s first album, was hardcore punk. Weyandt’s trademark screams are immediately recognizable.