Hollow Truth - The War Economy album FLAC
Hollow Truth discography (misc). lt; Hollow Truth, Hardships (2014). An Infernal Affinity (2017). Hollow Truth discography (all).
Eye Of The Storm by Hollow Truth, released 08 May 2015 The signs are warning, can't you see? But this ain't how it's meant to be. We're never gonna realise, So I'm heading to the other side. Imagine we were able to see, The end together, just you and me. Hear the sound of the seventh horn, Pass away together in the eye of the storm. The final stages; cold, bleak and cruel, Humanity marked by war, fool against fool. So what's gonna happen? Eternal bliss? It's said that our judgement will begin with a kiss . from The War Economy by Hollow Truth. Streaming + Download. So what's gonna happen? Eternal bliss?
The War Economy - EP 2015. The War Economy - EP 2015. A Glimpse of Persephone, The Power to Endure. The Power to Endure - EP 2017.
The Hollow is the second studio album by American metalcore band Memphis May Fire. It was released on April 26, 2011, through Rise Records. The album is the band's first release on the label. It is the first album to feature Jake Garland on drums, replacing former drummer Eric Molesworth and the last to have rhythm guitarist Ryan Bentley before his departure on April 2011, to be replaced by Anthony Sepe. All lyrics written by Matty Mullins, all music composed by Kellen McGregor and Memphis May Fire.
A hollow world is a world that’s full of illusions. What you see isn’t always what you get. It builds on conspiracy theories we’re into. The truth is always out there and that’s what we seek. Tristan: There’s also the idea that we’re hollow worlds unto ourselves. We do all this stuff and say all this stuff externally. But internally it’s another case. About the proces. ristan: We always knew we’d write a third album and the plan was to sit down and write it start to finish and create the aesthetic.
|A2||The War Economy|
|B1||Eye Of The Storm|
NotesWinter Assault ´15
limited to 50 copies, handnumbered
|PTR035||Hollow Truth||The War Economy (7", EP, Red)||Powertrip Records||PTR035||Germany||2015|