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Be Numb

by Anubis Spire

Be Numb was written as a collaboration with the above mentioned members of Anubis Spire, depicting feelings of isolation and bewilderment in a society where individuals no longer communicate verbally, but rather through means of current technology focusing on trends of fragmented grammar and emoticons many people tend to use to express their feelings.
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Album Notes
Written by: Kerrin B. Johansen, James Rustemeyer, Fred DeRuvo, Bill MacKechnie, Marlon Kempmann
Performed and recorded by:
Kerrin B. Johansen (keyboards/synthesizers/programming)
James Rustemeyer (vocal/lyric)
Bill MacKechnie (guitar)
Fred DeRuvo (drums)
Marlon Kempmann (guitar)
Be Numb was produced, mastered, and engineered by Marlon Kempmann


Be Numb was written as a collaboration with the above mentioned members of Anubis Spire, depicting feelings of isolation and bewilderment in a society where individuals no longer communicate verbally, but rather through means of current technology focusing on trends of fragmented grammar and emoticons many people tend to use to express their feelings. The track was written in May 2016, mixed and mastered by Marlon Kempmann and released 11 June 2016.


BE NUMB


And you thought this would be easy?
No such luck, my friend
No such luck at all

How does that make you feel?
Smiling. Everywhere they smile.

Your species now lives in a world of
calculated interaction, insulated by a small
number of associates with a grammar limited by
simple cartoons to express their feelings,
snapshots of themselves and fragmented
sentences. Rather than communicate outside of
their pack, they study their communication
devices in crowds.

This, at the moment, is Life.
Now how does that make you feel? Hmm?

You thought it would be easy.
It's not a conspiracy

Consequently, contact is limited. Appreciation
of art/music/spiritual matters is highly
suspect. Many think the species hypercritical
and culturally introverted manner is due to
the reliance on technology, and any attempts
to introduce appreciation for creative
endeavors often fails. And fails badly.

So once again I must ask: How does this make
you feel? How does this make you feel?

It is not a conspiracy.
We are doing it to ourselves.
No it is not easy.

People smiling.
Everywhere they smile.

And you thought this would be easy? Rest
assured, this is not a conspiracy. It's not
easy.









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