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KAYZO Teams With UNDEROATH On New Single “WASTED SPACE”

Following last month’s release of “FAKE FAKE FAKE,” a collaboration with emerging Italian emo punk rock band XO Sad, KAYZO returns today (October 31) with another rock collaboration: KAYZO “Wasted Space” featuring Underoath on Ultra Music.

Listen to “Wasted Space” now here: https://ffm.to/wastedspace.OTW

The next in line of many rock collaborations to emerge in the coming year, “Wasted Space” fuels KAYZO’s continued p  assion to bridge the gap of rock and electronic music.    Says KAYZO about the song, “‘Wasted Space’ is everything  you  wouldn’t  expect  from  an  electronic  producer  like myself  and  a  legendary  band  such  as  Underoath.  This  is  a head-on  collision  of  sonic  frequencies  and  sounds  from different  sides  of  the  musical  world.  This is true experimentation in its rawest  form.”

He adds, “When I was  told  of  the  opportunity  to  work  with  Underoath,  it  brought  me  back  tomy  hockey  days  prior  to  music.  Their album They’re  Only  Chasing  Safety was  on  heavy  rotation  for  me  during my  athletic  career.  It was a  perfect  opportunity  to  put  to  test  the  idea  I have  been  pushing  forward  of  theblurring  of  worlds  and  sonic  sounds  of  my  youth  in  rock,  pop  punk  and  my  love  for  electronic  music.”

Says Underoath on the song, “Kayzo is super excited about music and this track and that’s why we are so so excited about it. It’s refreshing these days and in this time see someone as excited as he is about music.”

To support the song, Underoath‘s Aaron Gillespie and Spencer Chamberlain joined KAYZO at Escape Psycho Circus in Southern California this past Saturday, October 27.

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