Monday, July 1, 2013

MORNING PLAYLIST: Monday Morning Edition

Felipe M

What I'll be listening to this morning:


  1. Comeback Kid: "Wake the Dead"--Wake the Dead (2005): "Coming alive, something stirs inside, this isn't over yet.  Shake off the dirt, swallow regret."
  2. Atreyu: "At Least I Know I'm a Sinner"--Suicide Notes and Butterfly Kisses (2002): "My only solace is that one day judgment will come for the wicked, then we will see who burns."
  3. Poison the Well: "Ghostchant"--You Come Before You (2003): "How many times have you woken up in a stranger's arm?  Covered in gasoline as they hover above you with the match they ignite."
  4. Unearth: "The Great Dividers"--The Oncoming Storm (2004): "Take over the world, divide our home; does hate mean freedom?"
  5. Darkest Hour: "Oklahoma"--Hidden Hands of a Sadist Nation (2003): "Forced to fit inside a mold, living to dehumanize is going to take its toll."
  6. August Burns Red: "Poor Millionaire"--Leveler (2011): "Where is the life in the life you live? You are the poor millionaire.  Where is the life in the life you live?  A lifeless empire, a lifeless heir."
(All lyrics provided by plyrics or dark lyrics, depending on the brutality factor of the band).  

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