Split 7"

by Sure Sign Of The Nail

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"And all these abandoned hulks calmly awaited petrification or slow consumption by... flora and fauna, the disintegration and dispersion of matter which await all inert objects, even if they have served the highest purposes.' - Rene Dumal

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released September 19, 2012

Recorded live at Rigby Road Studios in March 2012 by Joel Pack.
Guitar, Noise, Vocals by Jeff Wells.
Bass by Eileen Mayhew.
Drums by Alex Johnson

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Escapegoat Salt Lake City, Utah

Releasing the divine one riff at a time.

Expressing self via Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Track Name: Flora & Fauna
Can you hear it calling you
I bet Aldo knew the feelies
Would BURN the nonessential facet
Into an ever-present trio of sirens
Takers clawing away at more
Than the majority
Eating the lion's raw flesh
Colonized Savannah
By Shadows
The last chapter he wrote was through his lovers
Gentle caress of micrograms to vein
A moment dressed in doubt
Mind untorn first before
Don't look here
It's out of what looks to be in the road
By and large I'm not doubting
If you don't like it won't you just bury it
Into stone liquid me

"And all these abandon hulks calmly awaited petrification or slow consumption by flora and fauna, the disintegration and dispersion of matter which awaits all inert objects even if they have served the highest purposes."
-Rene Dumal