Knock's Boxes

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  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Comes in a standard jewel case with full artwork done by Brian Platter of Six Shot Studios. This is an extremely short run, and will not be reprinted! NOTE: I am experiencing a slight production delay, and these will be shipping out about a week later. I apologize for any inconvenience.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Misnomer via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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No -- No one will help him. Our patient finally gives up. Throws in the towel. He abandons all of his work, refusing to respond to the overseers, and takes a day job at a factory that makes large corrugated cardboard boxes which are designed to ship smaller cardboard boxes to customers. He will never live "outside the box". This is his life. Boring monotony. He begrudgingly accepts his new life.

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To answer my previous question: No.
Please allow this metaphor.

I've been hired at a box factory.
Knock's Boxes, Inc.
We make very large boxes and sell them to a company who makes smaller boxes, who then ship theirs around the world.
Odd how they just don't make their own...

We sell them to Lee Singh.
Lee Singh then sells his boxes to the masses.
Lee Singh The Packing King.

We take their shit..
And we pack it all in.

Company slogan: Think outside the box.
Arranging, bracing, condensing, packaging.

Clever irony.

Why can't I think outside this box.
I made the box, I am in this box.
I am this box , I made my box and now I must sleep in it.

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from Misnomer, released June 11, 2013

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Polygraphist Buffalo, New York

Inorganic, out of place, and unnatural arrangements. Alien abductions. Being chased. The 1920s, 50s, and 80s. Narrow hallways. Frenetics. Mood Swings. Skepticism. Cynicism. Solipsism. Pretentiousness, Raindrops on roses, whiskers on kittens, bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens. Hives. It doesnt stop. It never. Stops. Constant fear. An onslaught of phobic phenomena. ... more

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