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Zao to combine first two EPs into one special 12" & CD

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Some of Zao's early material is getting a fresh treatment in the form of a new 12" compilation called Steadfast Records: The First Two Seven Inches. Due out on vinyl and CD formats on July 12th, this release brings together tracks from the band's early offerings. Pre-orders are now live.

Pre-order Steadfast Records: The First Two Seven Inches here

The band shared the following:

Available now for Pre-Order "Steadfast Records: The First Two Seven Inches". A 12-inch compilation.

Bringing together tracks from "The Tie That Binds," a split 7" with Outcast from Dayton, OH, released in 1995, and "Treadwater…," a split 7" with Through and Through from BC, Canada, released shortly after in 1996. The audio has been meticulously remastered by Adam Boose at Cauliflower Audio. The first half of the album includes the Zao track, "Security," intended for the original 7" but omitted due to time constraints. (This track later appeared on a CD reissue).

Presented with brand new artwork, "Steadfast Records The First Two Seven Inches" is pressed on 100% recycled Eco-Mix vinyl, and packaged in a beautiful reverse board jacket, accompanied by a double-sided 12" uncoated paper insert.

Limited to 400 copies worldwide, and pressed on four unique 100% recycled Eco-Mix vinyl variants, each limited to 100 copies.

Vinyl images are mockups, and will vary somewhat from the final product. Eco-Mix vinyl, crafted from 100% recycled materials, ensures each LP is unique.

Pressing
100: Eco-Mix Cherry (Steadfast Exclusive)
100: Eco-Mix Laguna (Steadfast Exclusive)
100: Eco-Mix Citrus (UK/EU Exclusive)(20 available in bundles)
100: Eco-Mix Graphite (Indie Retail Exclusive)(20 available in bundles)
10 Test Press
Also: a 300 press CD packaged in an Eco-Wallet

 


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