2016 EP

by Crease

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released November 9, 2016

Greg Mayer - Vocals
Sam Koch - Guitar
Brenden Wagner - Bass
Aaron Newton - Drums

Artwork by: Remy "Headsplit" Cooper



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Crease Medicine Hat, Alberta

Crease are an Experimental Grindcore band hailing from Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada


contact: gregmayer.crease@gmail.com

Greg Mayer - Vocals
Sam Koch - Guitar
Brenden Wagner - Bass
Aaron Newton - Drums
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Track Name: Denial
This is the story of a suicidal child
Forced to face the coming change
Of an Adult lifestyle
But he's living in denial as he tries to dial back the consequences
It's a fact the he has yet to learn his lesson
Track Name: Elusive
Throwing stones at my creator
Self-righteous and elusive
Track Name: Eyes
Knees weak
I surrender, a slave to your smile
Adoration for the light you bring me
I'm stuck, staring
Into emeralds draped with gold

I died the day I fell into your eyes
And buried my heart inside your beauty
Where I'll forever reside

Limbs heavy
I run, afraid of your voice
Foolish for what I hoped to win over
I'm stuck, scraping
At dirt and rock, hidden under leaves

I lost the day I ran into your eyes
And let go of caution outside your beauty
Now I'm stuck with nowhere to hide
Track Name: Friend
It's sad to know
I'm now alone
Ready to go off the deep end
Curtains drop
Cheering stops
We'll meet again, my dearest friend
Track Name: RIP
I woke up cold
With a belt around my throat
And drugs in my stomach
Fearfully stoic

The warmth of life, long forgotten
I've never felt so alone