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It’s never a good thing when the phone rings in the middle of the night
it’s never good news, it’s never nothing
I rush past your bedroom on my way
you’re nowhere to be found
I suspect the worst
but I hope for the best
the apparatus has slipped out of my hand
shattered into a thousand pieces across the floor
everything that made it work destroyed and stepped on
no resemblance to what it once seemed
wires exposed and broken at the seams
this is not how the story goes
I refuse to accept this as
my reality going forward
I’m probably still asleep and this is a nightmare
surely you must know how much I
—am probably still asleep and this is a nightmare
surely you must know how much I love you
supported by 17 fans who also own “Joyless Euphoria”
“Iris” is one of those albums that pulls out all the stops and when it isn’t blurring the lines of multiple genres, it’s setting down stalwart ramparts firmly within one or another. An album that plays out like The Heroes Journey- an arc of inner turmoil, exterior conflict, a test of mettle on all fronts as you make your way in the world toward your one true destiny and stand at the gates with an open heart and all of the world at your back. justanoldgod
supported by 16 fans who also own “Joyless Euphoria”
I've come back to this album to give it it's well-deserved due.
The interpositions are coherent and cold, it's all put together really nicely which adds to the effectiveness of it's depressing atmosphere, and to it's faculty-decimating power.
Throughout the album it often reminds me of the great Bathory, which is always a good thing.
What will you see? Daniel Brown