Lapsus Linguae | The Strang Makes Everything Ok

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The Strang Makes Everything Ok

by Lapsus Linguae

Angular instrumental post-punk for piano, cello, electric guitar and bass guitar and drum kit.
Genre: Metal/Punk: Post-Hardcore
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Erupt­ing in 1999, these ones admin­is­tered their bare, bloody hands exca­vat­ing the bones of the great old one whose short name is Piano-constant, Neo-classically Pro­gres­sive, Post-metallic, Hard­core Max­i­mal­ism: First and final hiero­phants of said sub-cult, these ones have dom­i­nated by default ever after — a priv­i­lege akin like emperor Tuvalu chuck­ing up one’s own trash…

In 2007 it with­drew into a vis­ceral chrysalis of internecine per­fec­tion­ism and crip­pling anx­i­ety. Mer­ce­nary phar­ma­cists together the coun­sel­lors and hyp­no­tists fight­ing it a guerilla cam­paign — even­tual vic­tory cost her­alded by apoth­e­o­sis to states of pure energy — sin­gu­lar, nubile spirit unen­cum­bered by depen­dency of record label par­a­digm, flit­ting ethe­real plane through infor­ma­tion highways.

Like teams of micro­phone — wield­ing seraphim, tran­scrib­ing its own trans­mo­gri­fi­ca­tion; SOON two deka­log, “Ghosts” und “This is Puberty”, dis­til in mate­r­ial and dig­i­tal ves­sels; these ones con­versed with the birds and traced the courses of the stars in the night sky: Though such aus­pices are nought-wise unequiv­o­cal, this one sur­mises that by hither cometh ten and two wax­ings and wean­ings of the moon, the great work shall be complete.


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