Faze: verb (used with object), fazed, faz·ing.
to cause to be disturbed
In the beginning, there was fire. You are not ready to step into the flames. To begin FaZe1, you must first meet the Fire Brigade.
The Fire Brigade are reluctant Americans who make strange hip hop as they wander the Earth in the Early Apocalypse.
G'Odd and his crew man the crystal mines of 2105, 24-7.
Boxhead Walker is a smooth-talking rounder with no mailing address.
The Battalion Chief issues commands from a nest of synthesizers at Mission Control. The End is nigh. Flame on, bitches.
You have heard the alarm. This is not a drill. Listen carefully. If you complete this task, you may return here.
When engulfed in flame. The natural instinct is to close one’s eyes.
Open them, and see.
Axe was meant to cross Axe. This can be the pure bond.
Yet in the flames, heroes are made, and villains are born.
Fire is always coming when there is a need to burn.
For those who have had the necessary traits, ability and good taste to complete the first FaZe of the Fire Brigade, without becoming so disturbed as to abandon our Work:
A challenging series of releases is coming. Those who Bear The Axe must be prepared to question reality and the nature of music if they hope to emerge unscathed from The Fire, where Knowledge is hidden. Proudly we Unspool Our Hoses before the gathered crowd and Put Out That Fire in high style. May your House survive the flame.