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The Politics of Horror

by Deathamphetamine

Wow, these lyrics: Floating burning torsos earned the right to make you fear them. Changing planes of being is their gateway to possession. Resistance to their evil was declared to be illegal. see your terror better than an undead eagle. the death toll was inconceivable. The state protects this evil. The decimation of an entire people. There will never be a fucking sequel. The giant eyeballs arose form the ground like a fucking mighty redwood tree. Their fascist retinal structure flashed and instigated hatred in the mind of human beings. The wars had ended long ago, but their hatred rose again. An overthrow of the state was in order to amass the world of men. It's happening again, the cloud of war descends, will this shit ever end? For those of you that maintain that this song is about nothing, then you better motherfucking think again. History is riddled with such skirmishes that mirror the fictional horrogory that is told. Politics of horror have no logic and no honor, their workings parallel to our own ways. The special interest lobbies, human hatred fear and folly are the elements of politics of life. They banded against the torsos, with supernatural sight. Unified and righteous, the human eye axis showed it's might. The hatred built inside them, killing without remorse, the world was now divided; the death machine had run it's course.
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Since we are playing this song again, I wanted to put it it up online as a "single" for those who do not remember it or never heard it at all. We got some overly cartoonish concept art from this song as you can see.


released October 31, 2004

Album version was recorded at Deadair studios in 2004 by Will Killingsworth and featured:
Ben Hunsdorfer on Vocals
Cristian Gazmuri on Drums
Asaf Jalfin on lead Guitar
Scott Beckett on Guitar
and Chris Palfrey on Bass until the super bowl came on.

The live version was recorded by whoever the sound guy was at the middle east that night that we played with Lair of the Minotaur and Unearthly Trance, or maybe it was the time we played with Watchmaker?
Nick Tranghese on lead guitar
Ben Hunsdorfer on vocals
Cristian Gazmuri on Drums
Marcus Frattura on Bass
and Scott Beckett on guitar


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Sci-fi Grinding Thrash, formed in 2002.
Lyrical themes include: Sci-fi, environmental destruction, phantasmagoric events, dystopian present and future.
Influences: death metal, punk, hardcore, grind, black metal, and power metal.
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