Fear And A Failure To Act

by Galadh

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Asier Delcroath Not exactly my normal cup of tea, but the album works pretty well as a whole and Plague Doctor especially gets me moving. Any complaint I had with the album was alleviated by a second, more in-depth listen, and Legion especially is growing on me. Favorite track: Plague Doctor.
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Recorded, mixed and mastered between February 2012 and July 2013 at Rob Chocolate Studios.

Galadh are:

Matt Panopoulos - vocals, guitar
Rob Anderson - vocals, guitar, bass, drums

Artwork by Fina

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released August 9, 2013

Tracks 1-3, 5 and 6: music and lyrics by Matt
Track 4: music and lyrics by Matt and Rob
Vocals on Legion by Josh Wales
Synth on Legion by Rob

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Galadh Sydney, Australia

Galadh are a two-piece metal band from the South Coast of New South Wales, Australia. Formed in 2011, both Matt Panopoulos and Rob Anderson split the duties of vocals, guitar, bass and drums between themselves and have done so for all of their releases. They released Fear And A Failure To Act as their debut in 2013, and are currently working on a follow-up as well as a number of singles. ... more

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Track Name: Plague Doctor
I know who I am:
I, the surgeon, the saviour of life.
Masked in the only hope you'll find.

Death walks with me, and every step I take
another soul led to the grave.
Hate builds in me, in every life that fades.
I cannot keep this pestilence at bay
This plague I'm bearing.
My very soul is writhing.
As I lay to waste 10,000
I bring new death to the dying

With my hands in my heart
as I rip them apart;
the answer eludes me!
And the blood on their sheets
shows the deed is complete,
but still it escapes me.

Dear Martel,
so beautiful
as I lay her body to rest.
Dear Martel,
so pitiful
the one who still remain.
The one I couldn't save.

In the depth of disease
I know who I am.
I know who I am.

I, the monster, the bring of night.
Tasked with the cleansing (the ending) of mankind.