Collision

by Tellusian

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Collision was recorded by John Rönnerblad at Studio Tellus/Monoklang on and off during 2013
Mixed by John Rönnerblad and Stacy Parrish
Mastered by Stacy Parrish

Additional cello on "Collision", synthesizers on "Idiotens dillema" and "Collision" by Robert Fuchs
Original artwork by Daniel Karlsson www.artbydanielkarlsson.com
Layout by Branko Vranic
All songs/lyrics by Tellusian except the lyrics for "Rivalry", "The Collyer Brothers" and "Wolf in Sheep's Medicine", written by Andreas Karlsson

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released 18 March 2014

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Tellusian Sweden

Tellusian came together in 2010 in the city of Malmö, Sweden. John Rönnerblad (Guitars) and Erik Hall (Drums) had been jamming around for a while, and after the demise of Crowpath the ideas of turning Tellusian into a proper "active" band started to grow. Robert Fuchs was added on bass and Henrik Ivarsson stepped in on vocals. ... more

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Track Name: Rivalry
The womb is constructed in steel, wood and wire.
Monozygotic warfare in front of drunken hordes of hyenas.
The way out is still a waterfall of blood.
The knife that is lodged between fractured ribs hurt more when it is your own hand that is clenching the handle.
And the image of you with a big grin and the intent to severe your own head.
Track Name: The Collyer Brothers
Collecting compulsive thoughts in mind until they start leaking through nostrils and mouth. Packed down the throat, the stomach and bowels making the body morbidly obese. The air is poison and not collectible, escapes the hand and leaks through glass jars. But this is not obsessive, it is a lifestyle. This is not a disorder, it is a lifestyle. This is not compulsive, it is a lifestyle. Rooms start to grow. Organically feeding from dunes of old porcelain dolls and we can't hear them scream behind the carcasses of flat cats piled up on top of each other like persian rugs. Flat and empty. Our home is the only void that's filled. We've got a Grand Canyon of disgust towards mankind inside and need an exorcist to deal with this. Collecting compulsive thoughts in mind until they start leaking through nostrils and mouth.