The Void That Isn't

by LAZER/WULF

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John Ponton, III
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John Ponton, III I've become excessively picky about my heavier music, but this band comes recommended from a bandcamper that knows their stuff! Solid, technical skill plus talented songwriting, multiplied by an original take on the metal genre leaves nothing to be desired. Love it! Favorite track: Lagarto (Demo).
Soshanna
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Soshanna Instrumental Math/Post/Progressive Metal Madness! Call it what you want, all I know is its super good and technically superb. Favorite track: Howl Movements I-III.
Loud Tristero
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Loud Tristero Some great instrumental work! My favorite part is the crescendo up to the "HO!" in the middle of Sacrilicious. Favorite track: Sacrilicious.
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released December 31, 2009

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LAZER/WULF Atlanta, Georgia

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Lazer/Wulf is an instrumental trio, sometimes with distant vocals, or maybe it's an evil funk group with thrash metal roots, or a jazz trio from prog-Hell. Whatever it is, it's not the easiest thing to describe. Which makes it that much easier to love. ... more

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Track Name: (My Hiss Becomes Your Own)
A brand new place for me is coming alive.
Wipe the sleep away, out of your throat.
Rise up and out, ascend through the dark.
I'll womb you up, safe, dead serene.

You won't know anything.
You won't see a thing.
Before my hiss becomes your own.
Track Name: Who Were the Mound Builders? (Demo)
Our mother hovered over
when we were most afraid
and shone her light into our grave.

And I can't wait much longer
to mix this dirt and skin
and claw my hand out.

I can't wait.