Eon

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1.
Eon
2.
Sins
3.
Salvation
4.
Vitality
5.
Euphoric Dysphoria
6.
False Awakening
7.
Benighted by the Lake
8.
Vindication
9.
03:58
10.
04:21
11.
Zero Day

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releases May 10, 2016

Formless is:
Kevin Narowski - Lead Vocals
Annie Grunwald - Lead Guitar, Vocals
Ken Bullard - Lead Guitar
Craig Breitsprecher - Bass
Jake Shields - Drums

Guitar & bass tracking by Annie Grunwald
Vocal tracking by Kevin Narowski & Marc Lewis
Drum tracking by Jake Shields
Guitar performance by Kenny and Annie of Formless
Bass grooving by Craig Breitsprecher

Mixing by Dan Gonzalez and Kenny Goshgarian
Mastering by Kenny Goshgarian
Album artwork and layout by Malika Sundamurthy

Formless would like to thank the following for making this album possible:
Our elite Kickstarter donators (Casey Jones, Tom R., Nathan Navarro, David and Andrew Breitsprecher, Codge Bullard, Marc Lewis, Jordan Varbaro, Kevin Grunwald, Jean Francois Nadreau, Guitaklew, Yunus Emre Armanci), Metalhouse, Totality, Replacire, Edwin Escobar, Greg Macklin, brews, buds, Lance Tobin, Al Mclenna, and last but not least, Kenny's Dad.

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Track Name: Tech Death
Human life made simple now
By these wonderful advances
Everything is streamlined and integrated
Convenience is the name of the game
Or at least that’s what we tell ourselves
Every new perk becomes a need

Late into every night, after wasting the day
I seal myself away and then I like to play
This tech’s so fucking great, there’s lots of fun and games
Free, live and real nude girls and harsh obscenities
Plus I can troll young kids, which always makes me jizz
Just what else can I find, to masturbate my mind?
Dive deep into the web, leaving no trace behind
At light, I rest at ease, engulfed by this fucking disease

This path we’re traveling down
Is this what we really wanted
If we’d have known this before
Would this be what we really wanted

Life made clean
(By this filthy disease)
And so serene
(distraught and disassociated)
We stand at the peak of society’s advancement
(Threatening to tear ourselves down)

Human life made simple now
But is still so complicated
Everything is streamlined and integrated
Masturbation is the name of the game
But we don’t fear to admit it now
Every new perk becomes a fucking joke
Track Name: Prism
All the lines are fading between the things we once held close
And what we cast into the world without care
As these lines are fading, we’re tasked with the choice of what to conceal
Believing the lies that it won’t be revealed

You deceive us
Pledge to lead us
You mistreat us
You claim to have only our best interest in mind

Entrusted with the secrets of the masses
Entities without morals, only greed
And the desire to fatten the bottom line
We sacrifice ourselves for their need

All the lines have faded between what’s yours and what’s mine
The dissolution and division of ourselves is perceived as naturally fine
This was the plan from the beginning, to lower our defenses and create such an urge
To give yourself entirely to you
Unwittingly, our privacy is purged by our own hands

We despise you
Can’t deny you
Live inside you
Live inside you

Now we are drowning, although we’ve come this far
All the lines are fading, evading who we are

All the lines have faded between what is ours and what’s yours
You own us now

You deceived us
Pledged to lead us
You mistreated us
You claimed to have only our best interests in mind

We stand on the brink of war
The precipice of an uprising long overdue
We’re here to reclaim what is ours
And rid ourselves of the plague that is you
This plague we helped nourish and grow
Is rightfully ours to overthrow
You’ll now bend to us like refracted light
Subject to the prism of your people