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The Trees See More

by Nahja Mora

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- 01:20
Removal 04:13
All of my heroes are dead all of those liars are buried we were never redeemed so this never subsided all leaders wear forged imitations a stolen name shackled in place painting scars on dead skin itching to find a replacement something must change for me it's been this way since January Despot adorned in golden threads declaring the dearth of his plans cultured threats stir the breeze feeding the flames on your homeland broken glass cuts derision loose the sweet smell of fear blaring trumpets score the scene now wake to the fire you fanned something must change for me it's been this way since January
Healing 01:35
Inside Out 05:41
trigger warning underneath we explode beat down cornered ignored silenced chained alone tell me how to mend talk to me face down on the floor again cold tile sings back muted jeers the broken thing tries to stand and then i fall hands first into wet fingers crack against ground wiping up my blood in front of everyone i disappear can i finish can i finish you'll turn yourself inside out until until until you're an apex killer virginal purity masked in maths try to detect your hidden paths open your mind realize the signs this is how their fear shines Inside out but no one would see Left outside when the rain's a sea There's the oar: hollowpoint belief Have faith, congregation, i'll show you free. Face your God.
God 04:15
Daybreak 02:05
Destructor 04:46
Overcast Threat Tempest churning spinning cascade a library of excuse strewn in the sand spewing fuel summand vision and vision fall loose cash/petrol (fall loose) lost in a sea running out with the tide. Knives out, gnashing teeth felled trees, skeleton leaves staggering in the blow buried in the snow you can't trust the tide you can't enlist the moon what you have tried to hide the oceans will never abide. The debt will be paid.
Dream Dead 06:21
Sing along and sleep forever Dream dead those things to do Throw a party with the children Throw a party, invite even you Send a note to the shadow Who lives behind the door Shine a light in his eyes now Ask him what he came here for Come on and chase the insects Butterflies, spiders, and ants They'll run, they won't tell you That I won't take the chance My ghost dead in the wardrobe He pines for what he regrets So learn from the spectre Otherwise you'll never forget. Escape imaginary Forget the release You'd stop your own damn heart If it'd kill the leech.
Tomorrow 06:52


"...a more sophisticated style that bridges symphony with cacophony. Add to that a decrepit lyrical mindset that addresses the real life horrors that lead to societal decay, and you have all the ingredients for an experimental industrial gem." - Re-Gen Mag (4 stars)

"...the tentacles of Nahja Mora's intricate programming for each track extend their grip and draw attention not only to the vocals but also the carefully created layers of the tracks. The clever arrangements will certainly garner appreciation from those willing to really listen. Every piece comes together to better the whole. " - Brutal Resonance (8.0 "Great")

The Trees See More paints a view of modern societal decay; it outlines the decrepit factors that shape our current reality.

This hour+ album utilizes the cacophony of maddening synthesizers; tortured and twisted samples; sinisterly stalking bass; desperate vocals; terrifyingly intricate beats; and cascades of mechanized programming to score the sound of our collective decay.


released March 7, 2017

written and produced by josef saint.
cello on destructor; the very last of summer; tomorrow by jenny rae mettee
percussion on destructor by hemlock
synth bass on removal and tomorrow by jenny rae mettee
electric bass, acoustic guitar, knose on dream dead by hobart blankenburg
samples on tomorrow by hemlock
recorded at the injury box baltimore md usa
mastered by eric oehler at submersible studios.
cover illustration by s. stadelmyer
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