Crawling Mountain Apogee

by MYOPIC

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Available in Cassette, CD, and Digital format here: grimoirerecords.bandcamp.com/album/crawling-mountain-apogee-2

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released October 8, 2014

Myopic is:

Sean Simmons - Guitar, Vocals
Nick Leonard - Bass, Vocals
Michael Brown - Drums

Torrid Husk is:

Tyler Collins - Guitar/Vocals
Jonathan Blanton - Bass/Synth
Tony Cordone - Drums

"Crawling Mountain Apogee" was recorded on May 3rd and June 28th of 2014 by Noel Mueller for Grimoire Records. Mixed and mastered by Noel Mueller. Illustrations by Brandon Geurts.

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MYOPIC Takoma Park, Maryland

MYOPIC is (the best) Metal band located on the border of Maryland and D.C. in Takoma Park.

Sean Simmons - Vocals, Guitar

Nick Leonard - Bass, Vocals

Michael Brown - Drums
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Track Name: Unction in Passing
Bored of all possessions: a cry from a human (is howling). In dwelling: woe croons an answer. Beckoning to you, to enter a séance and learn what comes before and after. A carried ascension to farse: unction in passing. A change comes from the body, soil envelops the facade, to cleanse the encased.
Track Name: Remembrance
All consuming fire: breaking down into constituent parts. Lifeforce dwindling: nullification of this mortal form. Absorb yourself in meaningless trivial despair, collocate the lost. A cerebral commotion, the avalanche of pain lost its momentum. Tentative whispers sound submission to listless bonds. Growing discord in the light of empathy breaks down walls, crumbling into earth. Bleed away the weight around your neck, a discarded tissue that tore your thought. Tentative whispers sound submission to listless bonds. Growing discord in the light of empathy breaks down walls, crumbling into earth. A movement from remembrance: the catalyst of cessation.