by White Candles

Monolith 04:11
stumble through the brush briars in your hair pause to fill your lungs with unholy evening's air under light of moon holding a black mass ritually disrobed and the circle has been cast monolith reflects the dancing flame our offering cries for help in vain holding hands we chant laughter fills the scene drowning out the screams of our anointed bride-to-be blood-stained white candles dot the rock altar in a wedding dress, a gift to our horned father
this forest harbors phantoms driving quickly, lost without a map the evening rains down on the hillside where an orange glow flickers from inside she is tired making tea on her stove and in the town where she lives, she can't not feel alone leave the kettle on for me tonight outside the moon will shake the stars off like a wet dog leave the kettle on for me tonight as stained glass branches strain the ghostly drops of light


Monolith 45 rpm single out now from Sunstone Records

The Monolith single tracks are part of the "Flowers for Delia" EP, available for download from Active Listener Records


released October 23, 2014

Mark Saddlemire
Timothy Meskers


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