Manawi Thorn | Feed and Weep

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Feed and Weep

by Manawi Thorn

the soundtrack to the horror movie that is your life
Genre: Rock: Math Rock
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1. 2 Against 3
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2. Changeling
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3. A Minus Minus Minus Minus Minus Minus Minus Minus Minus Minus Minus
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4. Rotten Trick
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5. Jenny Greenteeth
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6. Mule Girl
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7. Jersey City Limits
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8. Narcoleptic Blues
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9. Eoe
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10. Sunshine
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11. Monstro
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12. Where Is The Line
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Rock 4-piece Manawi Thorn is proud to present the band’s firstborn – Feed and Weep, an album of 12 songs written in the band’s infancy and tested extensively in the local and not so local underground scene. Self-produced and recorded with the help of Hugh Pool and Nathan Rosborough at Brooklyn's own Excello Recording, the collection captures some of the most inspired moments of the band's unique brand of beautiful noise. Heavy and dangerous, loud and weird, gentle and dirty, the album is the auditory evidence of the band sifting through myriad impossible or perhaps statistically infrequent physical and mental realities to arrive at something that cannot be explained easily in a few sentences in a press kit. It has to be seen. Felt. Smelled. And tasted.

The best way to savor all Manawi Thorn represents - beyond listening to the album – is to witness a live performance. The impact is even more inspiring and motivational in person. It’s like seeing a small ugly animal that you know - and feel - is destined to be the pack leader and a mighty powerful force of nature, but its horns are still developing and its tail is still hairless. Just be warned - approach carefully, and if you are brave enough to try and pet it, avoid the head. You might lose a finger.


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Dark and menacing songs with Metal/Punk Rock attitude
“Feed and Weep,” the latest CD by the artistic group Manawi Thorn, is overflowing with dark and menacing songs of Metal/Punk Rock attitude. This group really knows how to tear it up with changing meters and hypnotic guitar licks. The track, “Jersey City Limits,” offers bellowing vocals and catchy guitar driven riffs that merge together with the solid drum beats. Feel the dynamic power on, “Changeling,” as the tempo starts slow then releases a burst of energy by the domination of the blaring guitars. Screaming vocals and the driving bass line gives “Narcoleptic Blues” an edgy feel while the guitars rip through the burning leads. If you like music that is rhythmically complex and runs full throttle with Metal/Punk Rock intensity, then you will enjoy the sinister songs of “Feed and Weep.”