by Graveslave

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    Corpseborne, the six song debut ep from Graveslave. Comes with band logo sticker! All tracks recorded by Graveslave. Mixed and mastered by Adam Tucker at Signaturetone Recording. Artwork by Bloodboy.

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released August 15, 2015

Don Durkee - All Vocals
Roman Johnson - Guitar
Ian Frand - Guitar
Josh Burke - Bass
Ben Fagerness - Drums

Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Adam Tucker at Signaturetone Recording, Minneapolis, MN May 2015



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Graveslave Minneapolis, Minnesota

Graveslave is a death metal band based out of the Twin Cities, combining influences both modern and classic for a visceral, crushing, ominous sound.

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Track Name: Wormtongue
I’ve walked this earth since before your time
Manipulated the rise and fall of empires
My intention is to enslave your kind
And prepare a tribute for my masters

Lies hissed through jagged teeth
Stoking the flames of war
All according to my Plan
Forked tongue
spreading sickness
Twisting and deceiving
Sculpting all the fates of Man
Murdering innocence
Sowing seeds of discord
All shall bow
to the will
Of the dreaming

The world is a vessel
Meant for my needs
The wounds in the earth
Will be filled with my cosmic seed

I’ll walk this earth long after your time
Sustaining myself off of all your souls
The blind idiot prepares to be born
As he creates, so he destroys
The All in One, the One in All
His translucent body dims the sun
To look upon It is to understand
And join the pipers in unending noise

“That is not dead which can eternal lie
In stranger Aeons, even death may die"