'Every Culture Has Its Numbers' ( Spengler, O (1918) ); The British Appreciation of Pylons.

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Exclusive advance demo track from a release due early summer 2020. Thanks for listening.
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Crystal towers that wax and wane
through the hissing wind and rain
burning flashes jump the lines
charging fury breaks the sky

Rusted, grey or blackened forms
paternal they stoop above
fingers offering the breeze
wires to tense and then release

Every man in every house
fed with power they could not dream of

Bolted steel all rutted, posted, stamped by nation
formed creatures over town and dale they creep
turning, twisting, starting over field and fountain
idyll of better times watching o’er the mountain

L2, L5, breaking forms from metal grids
every culture has its numbers
coded in its infastructure
coded in electric slumber....

Conquering the land, mapping every shore
boundaries are claimed by the steel armed sect
beautiful they are, like only ugly creatures
who stick around long enough can one day be.

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released December 8, 2019

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SYMBEL Birmingham, UK

Formed in 2001 to release pagan crust black metal. Currently recording fourth album to be released in 2019!

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