Here's my refusal to be another one of your scapegoats. I'm reminding you to breathe, cause we've flooded all of your lifeboats. In hopes that you'll see the damage you're inflicting. Every method that you preach is contradicting. There's nothing left to say. You're the catalyst of hate. Enemy. So set in your own ways. Just know that you remain my enemy. Here's my negation to believe there was ever an age of innocence. This type of ignorance is bleak. You're so white eyed to existence. Just let us decide for ourselves. You're as deceptive as a turncoat. We're still trying to stomach all of what you've shoved down our throats. There's nothing left to say. You're the catalyst of hate. Enemy. So set in your own ways. Just know that you remain, my enemy. We choose to find our peace on earth. You chose to stand in the way, this is your curse. You're like a garland of thorns on a black hearse. You brought this on yourself, when will you learn?
The style of singing and lyrics fit this song so beautifully. It get's out all the pain of losing someone you care about while wishing them well. The whole album is solid however and I'm super happy to own this. RMP
I'm coming out of a decade long musical hiatus. The last punk band to really move me was from the Bay (American Steel), so it's no surprise that I returned there for inspiration. Can't Swim is absolutely worth a listen for fans of Lawrence Arms or Taking Back Sunday. I'm sure there are much better comparisons - if that's you thing - but as I said, I've been out of the game for a long time. Thank you to Can't Swim for inspiring me to play again. Dave Wreckoning