Chlorine Eyes / Abyssal

by Bridge Burner

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released March 27, 2019

Guest vocals on Chlorine Eyes by C.G. of Spook the Horses / Stress

Drums tracked at Blackdoor Studio by D. Tapsell
Guitars and Bass tracked by J.H.
Vocals tracked by B.R.
Mixed by C. Sinclair
Mastered by L.

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Track Name: Chlorine Eyes
Self-exiled, righteous whores and heretics
Delirium here upon spoiled throne of salt and shit

If gods not dead, then he's fucking sick
Bearing worn chalice of poison and politic
Depths to plunge with stale and sagging breath

And rancid heart burns with pure delight
A void dragged through ugly sleepless night
Cause I'm fucking empty
Like god
I'm fucking sick

Vortex of Leviathanian might
Placental crust upon the blight
Worthless krill to yawping maw
Down clogged and noxious throat

In the belly of our beast
With thumbs deep in eye-sockets, we can see
Gnarled hands upon the swollen throats
Our one true love to call us home

Deaf through another graven year
Scraping knuckles in the gutters of fear
I'll still be treading this filthy muck
Feverishly waiting for the floods
Track Name: Abyssal
Aching through worthless grief, it permeates and seeps beneath
Worn deep by the craven dragging of bruised feet

With cinder-block waves and blunt force blues
Dull pulse of attrition
A life destined to lose (a life I'm longing to lose)
Prostrated husk of helplessness
A worthless mite in a fading light
Calcified cracks to endure, to cope
To suffer a final sinking night
The familiar warmth of the impulse blight

I don’t how to live without constantly wanting to die

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