Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Great lyrics I felt compelled to share with you


The holding stare, that lurks around me everywhere completes the vacant eyes and ignorant side you choose to stare to hide behind in sinful despair. The black to see in humanity weaves all imagery in the likeness of guilt over you. The chambers of deadly are sowed from your heart and sucking the life blood spills to the floor. Evil is laughing over you. Laughing death over you. Repeat Our Father, Jesus Cristo, virgin Mary and saint Peter calling upon an exorcist. Casting out demonic unrest. Faith in religious ceremonials. Putting trust in spiritual overtures. Life of goodness. Pious appeal. Holy fervour fanatical zeal. Works of mercy door to door. Counting beads repeat some more. The wisdom of man, peace within. Self salvational means found in our tasks. I'm a God, your a God. Evil is negative energy. Your a positive entity. Heaven and Hell are a state of mind. God is a human insecurity. An inner force. The essence of time. A political lie to keep us in mind. Then who is Jesus? Who is Jesus to you?
The holding stare that lurks around me everywhere like a hall of tortures between the ears that contaminates the heart and all you hear. Here the truth to see the ears hold the ring of keys to release you free from the bondage of Hell over you. Till the chambers of deadly are gouged from your heart and the blood of the lamb is free to spill out the laughter of evil continues to smile laughing death over you. So listen to the holding stare.
Who is Jesus to you???

- Allan Aguire (singing in the band "Scaterd Few" on the album, "Jawboneofanass" on the song "Holding stare")




Scaterd Few - Jawboneofanass 
(1994 - Sopa Records)

and might I also add, that this album, is one of the greatest punk/hardcore/art rock albums of all time!! It is almost as good as their debut "Sin Disease"!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Tomorrow I shall lighten up, only a little, to go see the new Indiana Jones film, which is getting mixed reviews. Dammit, I want a great movie, and I fear I am going to be disappointed. But what else is new?? Ok, so I will review it tomorrow night...

stay tuned.

5 comments:

saunplugged78 said...

I haven't heard any Scattered Few since high school. That band along with Believer, and The Crucified were on a compilation of some sort back when i was 7th or 8th grade... It made me realize what I wanted to do in life. Especially the Crucified track... I can't remember the names of the songs on that compilation accept Hellcorn by the Crucified.

Good times...

saunplugged78 said...

saunplugged78 = steven andrew... just in case you where wondering...

Stephen Mark Sarro said...

I am pretty sure Steven, that the comp was called Arise Skates, i know Crucified - Hellcorn and Scaterd Few - Beggar was on it. I do not recall Believer being on it, but Believer is actually a local band here, and they are working on a new album.
I too, heard arise skates, and that is what got me into Scaterd Few. That same year, Travis(my cousin who was in Crutch)had the "Sin Disease" tape and i borrowed it from him, since i loved Beggar. That tape has changed my life!!! As far as The Crucified, i already had their tape!!!!

saunplugged78 said...

Yeah i think that was it...

I don't remember where I heard believer, but it must have been was around the same time then...

The memory is tricky...

So Believer is still at it? I had no idea. I remember Jim talking about doing stuff with some of the former members..

Good times...

A combination of that compilation alond with an REX sampler tape with Six Feet Deep and Living Sacrifice showed me that there was a different side to Christian music (though it pains to even use that term) than Michael W. Smith or DC Talk at time.

I was listening to hand me down metal from my older brothers. One was a pop guy the other was a metal head. I remember finding Stryper albums laying around my brothers room. My mom didn't like that he listened to them. The were apparently evil masquerading as good. Or so mu church said. He then started listening to things that i really liked he had a sample with Primus, Megadeth, and others on it and i fell in love. I walked around when Metallica's Black Album came out catatonically entranced by the their music as poured from my tape player walkman into my head...

That's why I bought my first guitar. That music. I set my keyboard aside in favor of the guitar. I just couldn't figure how to play and make my guitar sound like Crucified's Hellcorn...

Stephen Mark Sarro said...

Thats awesome. Stryper is what did it to me man, and then i heard Intense Records stuff, I remember going from CCM pop stuff, and Stryper, a few harder rock bands, to hearing Vengeance - Human Sacrifice. When I first heard that album it literally scared me. Then I got into Deliverance, Tourniquet, etc....but...as far as alternative, i only had a few bands on my list. Like, One Bad Pig, The Throes, Jawbone Hill (local heros) The 77s (still one of my faves) and anything Terry Taylor was doing. But, it all came along once i heard that Scaterd Few album. They just showed me how to christians in a secular band!!! They rocked so much more edgy than ANYTHING christian music ever did!!!!
And then, with that, and the birth of Tooth and nail records, and the signing of Starflyer 59, Blenderhead, and Roadside Monument..the rest is history!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!