Navel split 7"

by Chestnut Road

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Our side of a split 7" with the great Navel, released by our dear friend Scott at Brassneck Records, listen to the whole record here: brassneckrecords.bandcamp.com/album/split.

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released January 1, 2019

Recorded & mixed by Mathieu Zuzek at La Garçonnière in November 2017. Black Corridor was originally declaimed by the post-exotic poet John Pahayuko.

Mastered by Andy Mason in Birkenhead.

Artwork by Isabel (atelierlaturbine.fr).

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Chestnut Road Toulouse, France

Three piece punk rock band from Toulouse, France.
Contact: chestnutroad31(at)gmail(dot)com

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Track Name: Black Corridor
This city’s fading
Concrete is real
Electric jungle under my feet
I feel the end coming

The shaman sit
On the top of the hill
The drum and songs
Resound like the rain
It’s time to get revenge

I spent my life in a camp, spent my life to forget
Before death I’ll kill the past, before death I’ll remember

I went down the stairs
In the Black Corridor
Where people hide and suffer the heat
They crawl like cockroaches on the floor

I finally had to meet in my dreams
Some untermensch who never sleeps
He hunts the enemies of the sun

Now I’m lying in the dark watching the fire burning all the answers I could find

Already gone, alone, it’s done.
Track Name: Prison
Can’t remember what it was about
I got caught and my life turned off
The door was tall but the cage was thin
That’s the future they locked me in
And inside all my fears came back

I’m bored and I want to escape this prison of sounds and sweat
The world above dreams while I’m dying

Counting days
Now the curse is on
I’m the machine they’re the money
Making profit on a lie
Like the flowers I’m about to fade
Falling in the sorrow of fate

And you came to save me from the cold of loneliness
To save me from the call of death you came

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