Mythology

by Earthworm

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06:12
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tyrants, conquerors bastards, assassins the dividing up in secrecy debauched and wretched the broken spirit's final dreams allegiance, deception secrecy, and subjugation the sword that hangs like a spirit above your eyes is waiting for the moment to strike you down underneath the usurping heart i still perceive your inner conflict the tornado of souls draining life from within your heart incestuous and rife with corruption the tornado of souls tyrants, conquerors bastards, assassins heretics, immortals violence, and constant struggle the sword that hangs like a spirit above your eyes is waiting for the moment to strike you down
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4.
04:08
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04:52
the edge of the knife awaiting the passage of time a moment too soon a moment too late awakened at four o clock again now I'm falling now I'm falling down i cant see the end of the tunnel the horizon is gone and you take your time deciding and you know that its never too late the indecision like a broken record replay the options for eternity a second too late a minute too late an hour too late one thousand years
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06:49
the never ending the falling rain the breaking lines that form again the fear that holds us that grips inside we're climbing higher and now the fearful heart must die the fearful heart will die the blades come under the shields divide the rolling thunder from blackened skies the fear that holds us that grips inside we're climbing higher and now the fearful heart must die the fearful heart will die waiting for the moment of fate waiting for the moment waiting for the moment of fate breaking falling burning bleeding waiting leading reaping hating seething raging plunder taking face to face the strongest breaking the fire burns our souls and breaks the bonds of this desecrated earth as steel clashes on steel this test of courage that challenges even the strongest of men the blood now flows through our veins the blood now runs beneath our feet waiting for the moment of fate waiting for the moment waiting for the moment of fate and in the end is the fall end is the fall
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01:56
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the signal reaching silver seething your heart is beating are you receiving your heart is beating are you receiving transparent sky are you receiving the signal reaching silver seething your heart is beating are you receiving the invisible wave the divine lathe the spindle shapes the signal fades the winter sky of grey are you receiving me the signal reaching outward the light escaping me the invisible wave the signal fades the light invades the thoughts escape transparent sky are you receiving the signal reaching silver seething the invisible wave the signal fades the thoughts escape but the meaning remains

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MYTHOLOGY delivers the intense horror-show instrumentals that made Earthworm’s debut album stand out as a unique project, but this time around the band also breaks out into a broader spectrum of musical influences. The 9 tracks on this album cross borders of eerie ambient electronic music, ultra heavy industrial metal, drum and bass, and bleak post-punk rock.

These diverse influences are held together by the heavy, tribal, big-beat live drums and layers of sound that build upon each other creating a sense of dramatic darkness. The album has a hypnotic “soundtrack to a movie in your head” quality, even on the tracks that include vocals and more traditional song structures.

Earthworm is a collaboration between musician & producer Matt Collins and drummer Mike Varian, that was written and recorded between 2006-2007. MYTHOLOGY is the second album from Earthworm.

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released November 1, 2007

Matt Collins
Keyboards, Guitar, Programming, Vocals

Mike Varian
Drums

Recorded 2006-2007 at Primordial Studios, NJ and Smash Studios, NYC. Produced by Matt Collins.

Special thanks to Renee for guest vocals on track 9, Amelia for guest vocal on track 7, Thanks for inspiration to: Justin K. Broadrick, Bill Leeb, Rhys Fulber, Chris Peterson, Mark Walk, Jack Dangers, Tom Rowlands, Ed Simons, Karl Hyde and Rick Smith.

PM12 2007

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