Zahna is preparing to re-introduce herself as an independent rock artist with "Better Run."
Patrick Madsen (current drummer for Zahna and co-founder of The Guilty Party Podcast) shared some surprising and exciting news today on his social media: "Finally breaking ground on my first ever solo record!"
“Enough” has a different tone compared to Matt Sassano's previous releases. The single portrays a vulnerability not usually displayed in the electro-pop/rock genre.
Zahna is gearing up for a busy 2021, so what better way to close out 2020 than with a very loud reminder that she is very much a force in the hard rock and metal genre? Contributors Matt Durlin and Jessica Walker bring you an exclusive look at all things Zahna.
Zahna has announced a few shows in the coming months as well as opening up some extra spots for acoustic sets. The shows are being planned around Zahna's sophomore album recording sessions in Nashville with Josiah Prince (Disciple) and Kellen McGregor (Memphis May Fire).
Christian Rock X, an Instagram based news outlet, will co-host a two day virtual festival June 19 and 20. According to a post on Instagram, Contagion Fest will be co-hosted by iChristianRock (ICR) and will stream live on YouTube.
Rockfest Records announced this week that there will be a Various Artists Compilation coming out on Friday, May 15.
Zahna released her first Spanish single and music video on Friday. "Lo Mas Oculto En Mi" is the Spanish version of "Underneath," her first single off her 2018 debut album, Red for War.
I glimpsed in them this incredible new reality I'd never even fathomed before, a world where a woman's empathy and strength were inextricably connected, a world where your soul wasn't required to shrink itself into silence.
Zahna has announced Drown: The Tour for March 2020, playing shows with Raviner.