by Anamorph

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Music & Lyrics of 'Orbis' written, performed, recorded & produced by Anamorph

Anamorph is:
Sean Parkinson - Guitars
James Agusta - Drums & Percussion
Griffin Daniels - Bass

Extra compositional contributions by Patrick Callahan & Matt Meyer
Lyrics by James Agusta

Melodic Composition:
Track 1 (Callahan, Parkinson), Track 2 (Parkinson, Callahan),
Track 3 (Callahan, Parkinson, Agusta), Track 4 (Parkinson),
Track 5 (Parkinson), Track 6 (Parkinson), Track 7 (Parkinson),
Track 8 (Meyer, Parkinson), Track 9 (Meyer), Track 10 (Parkinson), Track 11 (Parkinson, Callahan), Track 12 (Parkinson, Agusta),
Track 13 (Meyer, Parkinson), Track 14 (Meyer), Track 15 (Parkinson),
Track 16 (Parkinson), Track 17 (Parkinson, Callahan),
Track 18 (Parkinson, Callahan), Track 19 (Parkinson, Agusta)

Recorded & produced December 2014-March 2015 in Raleigh, NC
Drums engineered by James Agusta
Songs engineered, mixed, & mastered by Sean Parkinson

Cover artwork by Ron Estrella


released June 5, 2015



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Anamorph Raleigh, North Carolina

Anamorph released their debut full length album in June of 2015. Working hard over two years to bring their live brand of progressive music to many audiences, the band heads to the studio in 2017 to record their follow up with one of the best producers in North Carolina. ... more

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Track Name: Commodity in Circulation
Tools to mediate exchange
Have been warped and distorted to serve
Those seeking egocentric gain.

Guided by the hands of rampant profiteering,
Conducting business of avaricious demeanor.
Blight in the name of the bottom line,
As the purpose of life hides beneath currency's guise.

A central reserve manifests
A fictional supply and value.
Each carefully manipulated,
Inciting the surreptitious monopolization
Of a perverse monetary system.
Track Name: Malignant & Cloudy Creation
This hasty progress
Has overlooked the consequences
Of technology without trial,
For nearsighted profit.
Track Name: Products of Domination
Dominate, Command, Exploit
"As long as it comforts me"

In the vice of selfish satisfaction,
Avoiding the implications of every passing choice.
With warrantless disregard,
Killing for pleasure.

Passive participation,
And silent nods of approval.
A depraved and parasitic enjoyment
For the beneficiaries of unsustainable consumption.

You seem peaceful, but your actions are digging graves.

Dominate, Command, Exploit
"So long as it brings us comfort"
Proliferant cancer,
They are the hands of death.
Track Name: Anthropocene Defaunation
A culture of death envelops the world.
The creation of misery is swiftly being returned.
Day in, day out routine of devastation,
With eyes gripped shut to the tune of cognitive dissonance.

Crush ecosystems with heedless payments,
Schemingly veiled to misdirect causation.
No thoughts given beyond personal desire
By the fervent captors of an ignorant global suicide.

Greed takes,
Crows in the face of

Entertaining the advent of a bitter end.
We'll rationalize it away,
In a sea of excuses.

We'll rationalize it away,
In a sea of excuses.
Track Name: The Orb of Life Became Barren
Having destroyed all that allowed us to live,
Distracted by selfish indulgences.
In scope of our power
Life was pulled down with us.
We solemnly witness the demise
That's been sown.

We did this to ourselves,
The Stewards of extinction.
We did it to ourselves,
The Stewards of extinction.

We should have seen, should have known.