split 7" with wits end

by human hands

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brantly What I love about this band / song is that they truly play off of the raw creativity that marked the halcyon mid 90's period of emotional hardcore, it's not pop pap like most 'emo' bands, but an intuitively dark journey into pensive, pent-up frustrations all colored by a grey beauty, not unlike The Saddest Landscape without the screaming, or most of the Caulfield Record's roster who play a hanging-by-a-thread, white-knuckle kind of emo.
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human hands - matchsticks

taken from our split 7" with norway's wits end

350 copies on black vinyl

split release between adagio 830, strictly no capital letters, lila himmel, eat a book, and time as a color.

vinyl out early early 2013


released January 1, 2013

recorded by phil booth at jt soars/wine vibes in the late summer of 2011

mastered by joe at subsequent mastering



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shit towns of the midlands, uk
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