The unmistakable sound of Fender Stratocasters (with an Ibanez Talman thrown in). Rock isn’t dead, they just stripped out vapid vocals. Check it out…
One of a collection of 16 short films made for the Valtari Film Experiment –
Translation for the Morse Code in the video:
“It doesn’t matter what I say”
“The only thing that matters is how you feel”
“Understanding that the words are irrelevant is of great importance”
“What feelings do you have”
This usually picks me up…
This great evil, where’s it come from? How’d it steal into the world? What seed, what root did it grow from? Who’s doing this? Who’s killing us, robbing us of life and light, mocking us with the sight of what we might’ve known? Does our ruin benefit the earth, does it help the grass to grow, the sun to shine? Is this darkness in you, too? Have you passed through this night?
Here are two new tracks caught live from recent events. Titles are unknown at this point.
From EITS yet to be released album…
“Attention! Your attention, please! A newsflash has this moment arrived from the Malabar front. Our forces in South India have won a glorious victory. I am authorized to say that the action we are now reporting may well bring the war within measurable distance of its end. Here is the newsflash –”Bad news coming, thought Winston. And sure enough, following on a gory description of the annihilation of a Eurasian army, with stupendous figures of killed and prisoners”
1984 by George Orwell
It seems that the best musicians are the most subtle.
This great evil. Where does it come from?
How’d it steal into the world? What seed, what root did it grow from?
Who’s doin’ this? Who’s killin’ us?
Robbing us of life and light.
Mockin’ us with the sight of what we might’ve known.
Does our ruin benefit the earth?
Does it help the grass to grow, the sun to shine?
Is this darkness in you, too?
Have you passed through this night?
Private Edward P. Train – The Thin Red Line
Taijin Kyofusho is a Japanese term for extreme personal shame. It’s also the title given to this sad, emotional track from The Evpatoria Report. The track is an eerie homage to the last minutes leading up to the Challenger Space Shuttle disaster of 2003, when it broke apart over the western U.S. The music overshadows the event better than words ever could.