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these songs have been re-released on LP as "In Turmoil" via vendetta, wooaaargh & yehonala tapes.
angstnoise.bandcamp.com/album/in-turmoil


Striving from different life-perspectives,
we see ourselves and each other in individual responsibilities to give this entity any sort of significance.
Aware of our beings with all its advantages of modern society, we cannot and won't be able to close our eyes and minds from all this failed concepts we're forced to deal with in our daily bases.
Sick of asking whether these concepts make sense in any way or not.
These are the voices of the unsatisfied. The marginalised.
We're sick of being flawless and adapted.
Conditioned to follow or to lead.
We have not forgotten to think for ourselves.
Take responsibility for ourselves.
To share and to feel.
This is the wrath of the unassimilated who were forced to participate in this farce.
We're tired asking the same unanswered questions
and using this collective to create a vent for all the accumulated frustration about democracy, fascists, racists, sexists and all the other fucked up agendas.
Our storm will wash it all away.
Never stop dreaming....

-ancst collective-

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released August 3, 2012

this is available as tape through skull witch records.
get in touch: www.facebook.com/skullwitchrecords

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Track Name: another dead end's anthem
countless tragedies
these moments we once owned
taken away by all those leeches
created humane misery
negotiating within concrete graves and dark memories
we're founding even more benefits for this modern world
and the screams of so many tortured souls will never be heard
raped
enslaved
smothered until we die
i forgot to try ignoring all the suffering
and this is the burden we all bear on our fucking shoulders
the burden which is tearing our conciousness apart
we are walking on this path
and this path is soaked in blood
there might be a spark of hope
but it dies with every single day in this demise


Expl:
we're all sharing the same guilt when it comes to find any culprit who is responsible for the humane and environmental messes we're forced to live in.
No matter how much organic food we're buying and eating.
How many times we're trying to fight the unjusticeness in this world.
There's always another side that's effected negatively by our own hands.
Track Name: peripheral
where's the cure for such unpleasant dreams of decline
as we admire the vultures of demise
there's no chance to express these moments of disapproval
we've commited ourselves to this catalyst
and whilst the daggers are drawn i'm nothing more than i used to be
what have we become, dear friend
this chosen path is just another profane decision
another useless scratch
surfacing reality needs to be an inner revolution
no matter how many nights we've wasted dreaming of a better tomorrow
turn them into something real
to make a change

Expl:
Sometimes people change. The same way their ideas are changing.
Who are we to judge, if there's so much more to change about ourselves?