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A Stirring In The Noos

by John Frum

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Pining Light
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Memory Palace
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Through Sand and Spirit
5.
Lacustrine Divination
6.
He Come
7.
Assumption of Form
8.
Wasting Subtle Body

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The patron saints of altered states known as JOHN FRUM welcome in the golden age of musical enlightenment with A Stirring In The Noos. Nearly 6 years in the making, JOHN FRUM’s unorthodox debut maneuvers through 40 minutes of darkly psychedelic and meticulously crafted death metal, acting as a medium for malefic musings, the backdrop of a bad trip. JOHN FRUM borrows its name from a relatively isolated group of natives in the South Pacific islands, known as a Cargo Cult, whose encounter with the outside world led to an awakening of new beliefs and lifestyles. The mysterious JOHN FRUM is the manifestation of four musical minds coalescing in a collective consciousness developed from time spent playing with The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Faceless, John Zorn, Cleric and many more elite projects. A Stirring In The Noos is a dismal distillation of oneric transmission and a totem to modern primitivism in heavy music.

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releases May 12, 2017

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John Frum Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Darkly psychedelic and meticulously crafted death metal from current and former members of The Dillinger Escape Plan, The Faceless, John Zorn & more! Debut album 'A Stirring In The Noos' Due Out May 12th on CD/LP/Digital via Relapse Records.

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Track Name: Presage of Emptiness
I am the one whose prism refracts nothingness
The colorless backdrop upon which all myths are painted
Maps to enlightenment drawn upon this hide
Observed but unrecognized with calumnious genuflection
Growing fat on the vanity of rested laurels
Being named in the earliest days
I am no Creator, undesiring of paltry praise
Though no creed descends from this cosmic maw
All shall find truth in eradicating negation
I am the incessant hunger
The concept upon which all famine is based
The suzerain sire of starvation
Ineffable collapser; engine of nihility
Swallowing each generation’s beacon of hope
I have brought cause and borne witness to the siege of countless eternities
I am the one whose form is unfathomable
The sprawling sidereal splendor
A monochromatic aberration
A tenebrific enormity
Drowning the heavens in a shimmering void
I am the one whose progeny is desolation
The annihilating lineage’s physical manifest
Those swathed in eyes staring through onyx lids
Scarring the land with a flagellating gait
Those whose limbs dam the fetid waters
Curdling creation’s stifled lifestream
Those dreadful enough to choke the wind from the sky
Commanding gravity, upheaving all bound by nature
And now you have heard mine herald’s cry
And now we are met