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The Tote 
18 February 2017 – Day 360/366
Zo Damage 365 Day Project

Saturday night was insane. So many gigs around Melbourne, which is also pretty average because there is no way anyone can get to all of them! I was at the Tote for the Blunt Shovel Get In The Ground album launch. Wall to wall amazing, it should come as no surprise that this was a sold out show. 

Blunt Shovel
The Tote, 18 February 2017
Day 360/366

Sharing the stage with the Melbourne death metal legends was the Douche Crew – Danny Lilker (SOD/Nuclear Assualt/Brutal Truth) on bass, Beltsy (Mindsnare/Blood Duster) on guitar, Jay (The Kill/Fuck…Im Dead/Mid Youth Crisis/Providence) on vocals and Nick Barker (Cradle Of Filth/Lock Up Testament/Benidiction) on drums – Vicious Circle and Christ Crusher.

Douche Crew
The Tote, 18 February 2017
Day 360/366

The event was sold out and off the hook. Epic doesn't even cover it! The night also marked DAY 360 of my 366 Day Project where I've committed to photographing a band or more every day for a year.   

Full House
Between sets in the beer garden
The Tote 18 February 2017
Day 360/366

Vicious Circle played their first show back after being locked away for 12 months at Goatsound Studios working on their new album "Born To Destroy”. The last year has been huge for VC with a slew of back catalog releases on vinyl and recording their highly anticipated forthcoming LP Born To Destroy, scheduled for release in 2017 via Goatsound Records.

Vicious Circle
The Tote 18 February 2017
Day 360/366

Christ Crusher
The Tote 18 February 2017
Day 360/366

Blunt Shovel
Get In The Ground LP available now via Bandcamp via Goatsound Records  BANDCAMP | FACEBOOK

On 25 February 2016 Zo committed to photographing a band or more every day for a full year with her 365 Day [Live Music Photography] Project. As 2016 was a leap year Zo photographed each of the 366 days, successfully completing her unprecedented project on 24 February 2017.

The Damage Report

Zo's book The Damage Report, released in August 2017, celebrates the successful completion of her 365 Day Project, offering an insightful look into live music culture from the perspective of the scene itself. Find out more here.



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