Burning Circles in the Sky

by The Myrrors

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  • Rewolfed Gloom 180-Gram Vinyl Reissue
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    Beautiful twelve inch vinyl reissue released by the European label Rewolfed Gloom Records on 180-gram vinyl in a full color gatefold sleeve.

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The debut Myrrors album, recorded sometime in 2008 prior to the band's extended hiatus and originally released in a limited run of fifty handmade, screen-printed copies. Features the original lineup of Nik Rayne, Grant Beyschau, and Claira Safi, who also designed the sleeve. The first edition sold out long ago, but the album has since been reissued on CD by Cardinal Fuzz and on vinyl by both Fuzz Club and Rewolfed Gloom Records.

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released 08 November 2008

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Track Name: Mind's Eye
Day by day, you drift away
Lost between twelve shades of gray
The spirit’s kiss upon your eyes
The jagged sheets of cosmic light

You know of truth, but not of love
She melts in the inferno falling from above
She’s the star in your fever dream
Let her slip away & you lose everything

The comet’s flame, the lover’s spite
Kaleidoscopic visions in your mind’s eye
You want her heart, you want too much
You take it all but it’s never enough
Track Name: Warpainting
Cast away across this ancient land
The desert heat burns the Eastern sand
Fever falls and it starts to take hold
Asphalt blood worth its weight in gold

The battle cries echo through the stones
A thousand men and children far from home
Fighting for them that would not fight
Forsake all concepts of what’s wrong & right

History repeats or so the prophecies say
Tomorrow’s bloodshed is our failures today
No man raising up his hands in protest
To think we thought our government knew best

Painting devils on the eyes of our youth
So many words spoken & yet so little truth
Too much talk but when will you move
It’s at the point where we have little to lose

And they crest the hill so savage & wild
Scorching the land & every woman & child
Through the deserts they slip into the night
And they die