Crossed Streams | A Cold Memory

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A Cold Memory

by Crossed Streams

Witness a blackened crisis of faith delivered with pure metallic passion and pain, frozen in time on a winter lake of despair...
Genre: Metal/Punk: Death Metal
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1. Dead Means Dead
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2. Minding the Rectory
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3. The Desolate and Melancholic
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4. Blackened Path
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5. Facial Stigmata
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6. Illicit Veneration
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7. Katie's Here
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8. Probably Damned
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9. Fires of Beltane
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10. Thirsty, So Thirsty
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11. Never See You Again
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A Cold Memory. Cold is the end, cold is pain, cold is night. All the rage over humanity, loss, and injustice is represented on this...the angriest, most vicious offering from Crossed Streams. What began as a project of introspection over losses incurred, morphed into a accusatory opus with middle fingers aimed directly at the sky. Nothing is held back, the speed delivered with urgency, the melodies unnerving. Released on Bacchanalia 2013, it's a celebration of life in the face of death. Spitting at mortality. Heavy Friggin' Metal indeed...


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