Stepped On Moustache

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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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The overseers visit our patient again in a dream, and things begin to change. They're more aggressive. They kidnap him and brainwash him. He is under complete control of the machines, and cannot break out. He seems to enjoy it though, a dangerous notion.. He feels as though he is meant to live amongst them. He is happy. Everything feels possible. No obstacle is absolute. He is one with the machines.

lyrics

I had a dream the other night:
So vivid it could've been real.

They took me somewhere new. Drugged me and dragged me.

I'm pretty sure I'm stuck standing somewhere between purgatory and the golden gate bridge.
I see lots of orange paint and blinding white light.
Thrift stores and un-babitized babies, yeah.
Crystal clear oceans and distant lakes of fire
Coffee shops, a whore, and a giant giant.

Fuck. I've melted into this metallic structure
My matter has fused with my surroundings. we've become one.

But why would I complain..? (I won't) I must say, it's quite the fucking view, yeah.

What elegant foreshadowing.
This is my birthplace.
Born inside steel.

My metal brethren, together, we've risen to the top.
Oh jesus, all these pieces, assembled them like a puzzle.
With the help of the overseers, I've again risen to the top.
I can now look at my kingdom and smile.
Now smile.

I am one with the machines.
I am two with the machines.
I am three with the machines,
I am for the machines, please me.

credits

from Misnomer, released June 11, 2013
Additional Vocals by Dave Mahoney

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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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