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Zen Warship Interviews Anything That Grooves

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Zen Warship released their full-length album Anything That Grooves on December 11, 2020 and Alchemical Records correspondent Daniel Hill had the opportunity to interview them for their feature. Now that full interview is available for you to experience for yourself!

00:00 Band Introductions
01:30 Groove Music
03:35 Intent
06:40 Supporting Elements
08:13 Pandemic Recording Process
14:36 Recreating ZW’s Signature Live Sound
27:34 Anything That Grooves is for the Fans

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