Misnomer

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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.

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Our patient examines his past artistic direction, and the end results, after beginning to lose all inspiration. He can no longer create like he used to. He has been ostracized from society. No one will listen to him.

lyrics

How did it come to this? Look around, observe your surroundings.

Pardon my zen, but how can we become two with another if we cannot become one with ourselves?

I've become a joke. No one even turns their head; they simply laugh.
False tales on passed through the grapevine.
Things about myself I never knew.
That I'm always the last to learn.

Misinformation breeds disinterested beings.

My muse escapes me, please enlighten me.
Oh how I miss thee.
Please return, and you'll see.
I welcome you, wholeheartedly.

Yes, I do this for myself, but it's hard with a lack of support.

My muse escapes me, I welcome you back wholeheartedly.

I don't know anymore… but after all, isn't "knowing" just a misnomer?

Let's examine the facts.
Let's examine them

Check your sources and let's examine the facts.
Let's examine the facts.
Let's examine them.

Now, admit your mistakes.

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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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