split 7" w/ LEECHFEAST

by MARNOST

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turning_ever_towards_the_sun Noise/ambient style suits Marnost very well. So complex you have to listen to it again and again. This band never disappoints.
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***you can name your price of the download. zero is of course also cool, but donations are welcome. we will give all the collected money to Coffee Breath Records benefit project (find out more at coffeebreathrecords.bandcamp.com)***
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This song is from a split 7" with a Slovenian doom band LEECHFEAST. Listen to their song here: leechfeast.bandcamp.com/album/split-7inch-w-marnost
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Marnost využívá básně dávno mrtvých autorů jako texty. Myšlenka odporu a snaha zlepšit svět, ve kterém žijeme, je stará stejně jako lidstvo. Proto hledáme inspiraci v minulosti, v životech, slovech a skutcích těch před námi. Žijeme ale dnes, proto je potřeba přemýšlet v kontextu dneška a automaticky nepřejímat myšlenky těch předchozích. Cílem je svoboda, cesta a prostředky se mění. Marnost podporuje veganský životní styl, abstinenci a odmítá útlak v jakékoli podobě. *** Marnost takes its lyrics from authors that dide long time ago. The idea of resistance and a will for improvement of the world that we live in is as old as the humankind. That's why we’ve been finding inspiration in history, lives, words and actions of those before us. However, we live today and thus it is important to think in today's contexts and not to accept automatically the ideas of those before us. Freedom is the goal but the way and means change. Marnost supports vegan lifestyle, soberity and rejects oppression in any form. /// A_E

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released April 15, 2014

Tato píseň byla zaznamenána na různých místech v průběhu roku 2012. Text je báseň S.K.Neumanna z roku 1927. Marnost na této nahrávce: b/d/h/mx/sh/s *** This song was recorded at various places during 2012. The lyrics are taken from a S.K.Neumann’s poem from 1927. Marnost on this record: b/d/h/mx/sh/s
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Artwork by Jaka / Obal dělal Jaka
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The record is released by the following labels / Desku vydaly tyto labely:
Burina (sk), Catanarchy (at), Dingleberry (ger), IFB (usa), MxFxL (cz), Neadnderthal Stench (bel), Rope or Guillotine (nl). 525 pieces on black vinyl were made.

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