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This three track EP is the result of collaboration between Godhole's Jamie Christ and Derek Crozier (AKA ASHAHARA, BRITTISH PISS CULTURE).

The first two tracks are built to illustrate a text. First, 'The Genius Of The Crowd' by Bukowski then 'A letter to my fellow countrymen' by John Osborne.

The opening piece starts off with rumbling noise that seems to be fighting against breaking out into all out chaos. The familiar voice of Bukowski begins to recite the poem but his voice is strained and distorted into daemonic utterings. As the poem reaches its crescendo the noise is fully unleashed on the listener with absolutely barbaric force. Bukowski breaks through the wall of sound until the the poem reaches completion and the noise tears and lets go its final breath.

To my fellow countrymen swells up with feedback and Jamie Christ recites the open letter written by John Osborne in 1961 expressing his disgust at the government of the UK. Who at the time were taking the country apart piece by piece for their own shallow gain and leaving it in tatters for the common man. A theme all to familiar today. As Jamie's voice becomes more and more inflamed, so too does the feedback and noise which begins to swirl out of control until it fully engulfs the vocals and pure bitter hatred takes over.

The End of Prose is a pure harsh noise track symbolizing that ultimately, our words mean nothing.

Jamie Christ


released July 27, 2015

Derek Crozier, Jamie Christ



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Brutal Powerviolence with hints of black metal and crust from Edinburgh, Scotland. All download donations go to the Scottish Association Of Mental Health (please note, bandcamp will take any donation less than £3 for themselves)

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