Singularity Crisis

by Buried For A Day

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Jeremy H Fans of chip-tune artists like Disasterpeace will totally dig this album. An epic mix of 8-bit and brutal metal riffs. Favorite track: XABY.
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    The tracks on this tape are from the audio recorded in 2013, the initial release of Singularity Crisis
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This album was originally released on 9/2/2013, but never in a physical form...until now! It has been completely re-recorded from the ground up since it has also undergone some artistic changes.

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released April 1, 2015

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Buried For A Day Phoenix, Arizona

Angry, introspective noises.

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Track Name: Monotonous Cycle
Born upon a precipice

of god, laws, and righteousness

you swore

you swore there’s something more

to hold your head up, but even now

you’re torn

at every seam, and even in your dreams

there’s no escape…

Far from the fault line

We value a circuit of grandeur, profusion, and logic impedance

The dead weight of a soul grew

consuming the whole moon

now sleep is merely a source of delusion

Monotony is calling me

its false embrace between the space

of cycles, tangents, and obsolescence

A system of errors

rejecting their patterns

numbers fall victim

succumbing to slumber