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Bermuda Drain

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Many Jewels Surround the Crown
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A Meal Can Be Made
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Bermuda Drain
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Watch Silently
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Palm Tree Corpse
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There Are Still Secrets
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Let’s Make a Slave
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Myth of Sex
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Sugar Cane Chapel
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 35:24

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Wondering Sound

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07.21.11
Here to stretch your emotions to their very end
2011 | Label: Hydra Head Records / Redeye

Hospital Productions founder Dominick Fernow (aka Prurient) is so prolific that some of his records have naturally gone awry. But while his latest effort is noisy, it’s no abstract experiment. Fernow’s most eclectic recording to date, Bermuda Drain manipulates the listener so effectively that it’s impossible to acclimatize or escape. From the first harrowing caw of album opener “Many Jewels Surround the Crown,” it’s clear that Fernow isn’t here to toy with your emotions; he… read more »

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wtf

Gueuzeman

someone ram a tree branch into the - well I guess the closest thing they have to a singer-oh wait it has already been done

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SCREAMING

booger28

Awesome melodies and electronica, but what with all the screaming?

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