Maraloka​-​cannons split 12"

by Maraloka

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Split record with cannons from Denver, usa.

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released 01 December 2011

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Track Name: The Dogs Are Turning On Me
I’ve been bitten by a hound with two heads. I taste iron on my tongue. My blood seems to be frozen. Burn bright, chip the ice, and bring the thaw. The years of abuse are catching up? The dogs are turning on me. A neurosis of my own design? The dogs are turning on me. Burn bright, chip the ice, and bring the thaw.
Track Name: Thechne
It gets smashed down and rubbed out successfully. And for the lack of a better way we collaborate, willingly. Are the days gone, where my gut burned dreaming of passionate collisions? Gone are the days where my guts burned. Now they have dried, twisted and soured. I feel i’ve lost something, a vital technique. It gets smashed down and rubbed out successfully. Reclaim the day and set my guts ablaze! Hope and compassion can’t be shaken so easily. This drag and pull creates a mental fatigue I can’t break.
Track Name: This Destroyer
If we had all the time in the world would we feel like kings, or would it atrophy our will to create? Our will to live? I have felt the sting of death enough to value the present and not project my hopes and dreams on to an empty future. I’ve got a problem with ideologies that preach salvation by transcending the present. “All these times, occasions and places are now and here. What culminates in the present moment is divine.”* Escape guilt and the death life. Embrace this living world, here and now. If we had all the time in the world would we feel like kings?

My original wording was almost the same as a line in Walden by H. D. Thoreau, his being obviously more articulate, so I used his instead.