Grayceon​/​Giant Squid 7" split

by Grayceon

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released December 1, 2007

Max Doyle- guitar/vocals
Jackie Perez Gratz- electric cello/vocals
Zack Farwell- drums

WHAT THE PRESS IS SAYING ABOUT GRAYCEON…

“provocative, intense, and intricate piece of work”
– OUTBURN

“deep, infectious post-metal jams which delicately balance the dreamy/heavy dynamic in a delicious and inimitable Bay Area fashion”
– METAL MANIACS

“one of the most original, creative, and earnest bands of the post-everything glut”
– SKYSCRAPER

“a singular voice in creative, thoughtful, nontraditional progressive music”
METALREVIEW.COM

“dreamy, eclectic mix of cello driven post rock thrash mix that comes across like Apocalyptica, Neurosis, and Metallica capped off with a Nyquil fueled lullaby”
– TEETH OF THE DIVINE

“captivating, smart, and challenging… wondrously peculiar in all the right places”
– DECIBEL

“excellent, regardless what you call it”
– TERRORIZER

“kicks some pretty serious ass”
– INDIEVILLE

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Grayceon San Francisco, California

Atypical three-piece from San Francisco comprised of electric cello, guitar, drums, and vocals. Pulling together an extremely diverse range of musical influences, Grayceon's sound defies the boundaries of the metal/rock/progressive genres. Screaming melodic lines over distinct guitar "chunk," doom riffs, jazz chord progressions, intricate folk-like delicacies, and just about everything in between. ... more

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Track Name: The West
Where have all the wild horses gone?
Roaming free through land of their own,
Broke by none who choke hold their young,
Where have all the wild horses gone?

Who roams free anymore?
No one, not me.

Is it true what they say about the west?
We can roam and have freedom in the west?
No one to call you home in the west?
It's all lies they say about the west!
There's no more frontier left in the west!
All hope is lost for roaming in the west!
That time has come and gone in the west!
That time has come and gone.

Where have all the wild horses gone?
Roaming free through land of their own,
Broke by none who choke hold their young,
Where have all the wild horses gone?