“I've experienced these types of nights only a handful of times in my young life. There were moments I truly felt abandoned by God.” Zahna explains. “But even through turbulent times in my faith, when I believed that God wasn’t listening to my prayers, He always showed me later somehow that He was with me, and He has always been with me.”
"One of our big quotes is 'reformed and always reforming,'" festival founder Chase says of the church that hosted the event. "What if there was a way I could bring bands and people together to start reforming lives in Bartlesville?"
Exclusive photo gallery of the first-ever Finding Hope Festival, photographed by Concert Fotos (Chad Fenner).
Zahna released her single “Better Run” earlier this summer, and she added to it on August 27 with the release of the highly anticipated music video.
Chains Unchained 2021 is in the books, with the proceeds from this year going to charities like His Table Ministries. The festival featured a lineup with headliners Chaotic Resemblance and The Protest, along with Zahna and Bred 4 War, and introduced a fiery fan favorite metalcore band, Brotality.
"Crawl" is an hard rocking anthem that "represents a raw and open Patrick Madsen," former drummer for Random Hero and current drummer for Zahna.
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.