Ivory Stone

by Sinmara

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bcb723 Sinmara is awe-inspiring here. Wow... just straight into darkness.
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Richard Terry This is a powerful song. The Split EP (with Misþyrming) is extremely good and worth checking out. Despite only two songs total, it’s one of my favorite EP’s. Ivory Stone is another great song from Sinmara
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Ippocalyptica This is amongst the best split albums of all time, despite consisting of only two songs. High praise? Yes, but when the songs are as amazing as Ivory Stone and Hof, my hyperbolic statement becomes far more reasonable. Whereas Hof is more kinetic and aggressive, Ivory Stone is more unsettling and dynamic. I still prefer Hof, as it is the musical manifestation of nuclear assault, but Ivory Stone is about as epic as a song can be in six minutes. Highly recommended. Favorite track: Ivory Stone.
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Taken from the 10'' MLP Sinmara/Misþyrming, released by Terratur Possesions

Misþyrming's Hof misthyrming.bandcamp.com/track/hof


Surging fires, Permeate mortal flesh
Reborn through the cervix of the earth
to become one with the soil

Below a waning moon
awaiting malicious dawn
Black desolate sands
Malevolent, all consuming

Blood and fire
Blood and fire
Charnel tower

Blood and fire
Death devour
Plague empire

Disharmonious Howls
Cacophonous swarm
At the stench of demise
Scavengers flock to eclipse a despondent Sun

Poisonous Corporeal ruins
Embrace a multitude of vermilion eyes

Stale caliginous waters
Give birth to a silent Titan
A beckoning idol to the swarm

Severed limbs and broken bones
anoint the crown of ivory stone

Tainted Carrion
yearn for their liberation
Bringers of absolution
Majestic vultures
Dance within harrowing winds
Set their sight to the heart of the moon
To leave this putrescent world
To rot and burn


released January 20, 2017
Recorded by Stephen Lockhart at Studio Emissary.

All music and lyrics by Sinmara.
Artwork by Joseph Deegan and Skaðvaldur.

Layout by Bjarni Einarsson

Vocals: Ólafur Guðjónsson
Guitar: Garðar S. Jónsson
Guitar: Þórir Garðarsson
Bass: Stephen Lockhart
Drums: Bjarni Einarsson


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