mixtape: nov 1

November 1 holds all kinds of meaning to people from being the first full day of the feast of Samhain to All Saints Day, from El Dia de los Muertos to the Day of the Innocents, from apostle of Auvergne to Saint Benignus of Dijon’s feast day, from a politician’s last campaign dance to a sick day for over-stuffed trick-or-treaters. Coming up with a soundtrack for a brisk, autumn day such as this was more than just finding songs that expressed the day’s underlying history or the pressing of mother nature on it, but a combination of feelings and ideas that embrace and transcend both

the Showdown “Laid to Rest” from a Chorus of Obliteration
Zao “Psalm of the City of the Dead” from Funeral for a God
Demon Hunter “Collapsing” from the World is a Thorn
the Letter Black “Believe” from Hanging on By a Thread
Fireflight “Unbreakable” from Unbreakable
Flyleaf “Fully Alive” from the self-titled
As I Lay Dying “An Ocean Between Us” from An Ocean Between Us
August Burns Red “Existence” from Constellations
Haste the Day “Travesty” from Attack of the Wold King
Still Remains “White Walls” from of Love and Lunacy
Nodes of Ranvier “Soundtrack for Salvation” from Lost Senses, More Innocence
Becoming the Archetype “Dichotomy” from Dichotomy
Living Sacrifice “Symbiotic” from Concieved in Fire
Advent “Overcome” from Naked and Cold
Called to Arms “Patient’s Prognoses” from Peril and the Patient
A Plea for Purging “Malevolence” from Depravity
Norma Jean “Bayonetwork: Vultures In Vivid Color” from O God, the Aftermath
Training for Utopia

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