by Oyarsa

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Andrew Godsalve These riffs sound like they formed in the murky interiors of distant nebulae, and were subsequently blasted by massive red suns and blazing pulsars before being flung out into the inky starless void. Now they creep back into view, ancient, tenebrous and baleful.
Please make more of them. Favorite track: The Keeper's Razor.
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Recorded during the winter months of 2012.

Cassette released by Sol y Nieve on 10/27/12 and is available for purchase at solynieve.bigcartel.com.


released October 27, 2012

Vocals. guitars, and design by Noah Coleman.

Drums by Joshua Anderson.

Recorded by Bryan Grey at Library Studios.

Mastered by ZZ at The Gorgon Head.



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Oyarsa Chicago, Illinois

Oyarsa is:

Noah Coleman - Guitars, Vocals

Joshua Anderson - Drums

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Track Name: The Keeper's Razor
The Keeper's razor will slowly fall, carving at the coiled ovum. Polar bodies wither away - star's in the Keeper's womb. Carrion becomes the holy dust, sculptor of the holy city.
Track Name: A Pulse Fills This Void
The touch of the divine - a map into madness. Spirals of gravity, like shadows on the wall of the cave. Constant circles of black and nothing. Beings of immensity and disproportion. Naught but confusion and terror. Blindness in numbers. Time is the snowfall numbing our limbs into decay. With our final and collective gasp, we reach toward the stars knowing not what lies beyond.
Track Name: This Is My Blood
Glacial current. Frozen Movement. Pregnant millennial pause. Pulled under through the breath of God. Solar winds, the raze of genesis. The cup is spilling over with the wine of conclusion. Cyclical culmination of a macrocosmic suicide. The temple will be rebuilt. “This is my blood, drink of the veins.”