Screaming Beast | Our New Narrative of Hate

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Our New Narrative of Hate

by Screaming Beast

​Ten tracks of riffs, grooves and powerful messages from these Manchester groove-metallers
Genre: Metal/Punk: Heavy Metal
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1. This Dawn This Day
3:48 $0.69
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2. World with Fate
4:52 $0.69
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3. Giving into Fear
5:04 $0.69
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4. Silent Submission
3:30 $0.69
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5. Despair
5:02 $0.69
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6. Lost and Betrayed
3:16 $0.69
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7. This Fray
4:54 $0.69
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8. Society of Slaves
4:46 $0.69
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9. The Nameless
5:20 $0.69
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10. Reborn
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Album Notes
This Dawn, this Day - Is a call to arms, the power of music to unite all us misfits, against the hordes of stupid.

World with Fate - Is a shot at the media’s tendency to reduce vulnerable populations like refugees, fleeing war-torn parts of the world, and reducing them to something less than human.

Giving into Fear - Is about the cost of not seizing the day, of taking your moment regardless of the risk. Human will, I guess, is the theme.

Silent Submission - Is actually reference to extremism, a pondering on how someone could sacrifice themselves for a God.

Despair - Is my tirade on the eternal fixness of the voting system, how we are surrounded by political choices that all equate to the same thing. A slightly different way to govern the poor, and keep them that way.

Lost and Betrayed - Actually relates to Society of slaves, it's the response, the rise of the precariat!

This Fray - Looks at those relationships that you know you should have left, but stayed.

Society of slaves - I was angry at how the poor should be content at the scraps from the elites table. How we maintain their bases and vote for our own poverty.

The Nameless - is meant to be a response to that, a realising that we are not as powerless as we might suppose. Although it’s somewhat depressing, as it plays with the idea that you must be ready to die for your ideals.

Reborn - well the clue is in the name.

We subscribe to no ideology as that captures you something that can become extreme, we merely seek to highlight the injustice of our society. We are all slaves to something.....

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