Lions of March | Scars Scatter

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Scars Scatter

by Lions of March

Our aim is to dig around inside the songwriting process and reassamble the wreckage as no one else has before
Genre: Rock: Noise
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1. Blood Brothers
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2. Bruises Easy
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3. Really Miss You
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3:04 $0.79
4. Gary Coleman
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5. My Name Is Quigley G
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6. Bumps During Moving
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7. Trampled Under Foot
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8. She Wants to Go
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9. Skulls
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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We have been creating music together since our youngest member was 3 yrs old and our oldest 7. As we are now in our late 20s, our music has devolved accordingly across the decades.


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Euphredes Katt

As Salty as Seaskunks
This CD was, a full of wonderment, in the form of "being really bad". Especially the part where it kinda stopped, that was my favorite. I almost cried when it started up again, it was like i fell into a pit of chocolate pudding, and ate it all up....mmmm... now thats a sticky situation...! Hobgoblins? Yes, I conquer, and concur. I wish you good luck, someday you'll make it to the big leagues, and buy yourself a big car, or a big ham sandwhich full of wishes and dreams! Keep toasty!

Richard Gacy


This debut effort marches through your skull like no other. The cocophony of arrangements is disturning at moments and blissfully poetic at others. The foreign tatse left in your mind will leave you eagerly awaiting their sophomore effort.