Garden EP

by Hollow Mountain (US)

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Art Fin Slow, psychedelic, indie hard rock from Chicago with pretty female vocals floating over it. Both sides of this single are impressive. The music is kind of Black Sabbath but the contrasting vocals are more Yamantaka//Sonic Titan, although not as prog. Favorite track: Garden.
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released July 1, 2016

Recorded in May 2016 by Damian Wiseman. Mastered by Carl Saff. Art by Michael Conway.



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Track Name: Dark Crystal
Dark Crystal

ragged bat / wings so wide / peering down
from crystal eye / peaceful land / stretched below
happy souls / within their homes / soaring spy
for wicked things / heralding / their suffering

monstrous army / pummels walls / claws smash
houses fall / flee in fear / nowhere to hide
rounded up / in nets they writhe / brought before
the wicked ones / shackled slaves / all hope is gone

a thousand years / three suns meet / kindly wizards
end their journey / age of evil / nears its end
power and greed / sunlight / shall cleanse
Track Name: Garden

monarch butterfly spreads his wings
honey bee circles flowers that he sees
red and orange, blue and green, white and pink
in glowing sun, teeming life swells and sings

in the garden life begins and ends
she loves her children
spring's warmth returns them
lush and green she is
in the garden life begins and ends

caterpillar on his branch moves fuzzily
ant he swarms, toiling now, for his queen
leaves and fruit, ripe and sweet, there they eat
in hot sun, in cool rain, till autumn's breeze