Vanitas - Ghost Key Split. Hardcore Ghost Key. Band's List Hardcore Ghost Key Vanitas - Ghost Key Split. Members owning this album0. GHOST KEY. 1. Barriers.
Vanitas, Ghost Key Split. Track Name: New Wind. Keep hope in our fathers Give thanks for creation The world is collapsing We must stay sane. Years of waiting Years of praying Hold tight to our tales And keep our heads up. This is everything collapsing Days gone by. Our progress has always been One step forward And three more back.
Formed on December 19, 2011 Ghost Key is a hardcore band signed to InVogue Records from Peoria, Illinois consisting of Austin O'Brien (Vocals), Chris Bayless (Guitar), Stephen. They have released 3 projects including Vanitas, Ghost Key split on April 21st, 2012, Winter on January 8, 2013, and MMXIII - MMXIV on March 25, 2014 and The Things I Am Not in 2015. Their debut project If I Don’t Make It is set to be released in 2017. Popular Ghost Key songs.
Ghost Key, Peoria, Illinois.
A vanitas is a symbolic work of art showing the transience of life, the futility of pleasure, and the certainty of death, often contrasting symbols of wealth and symbols of ephemerality and death. Best-known are vanitas still lifes, a common genre in Netherlandish art of the 16th and 17th centuries; they have also been created at other times and in other media and genres.
Flesh Falls, No Ghost Lifts Lyrics. The pendulum swings And with each swing a longer shadow is cast We belong to the world of matter And as dust we will become one with the ground Seizing days, taking all for granted Bred to consume, not to experience All surface, no substance We're leaving but ash behind. Like a nebula we haunt Like a whirlwind of randomness blind Traceless for the world to come Transient forevermore. Flesh falls, no ghost lifts. Vanitas in excelsis Et omnia vanitas. stolen from Włochaty.
Ghost Key had only been together a few months when they recorded their first four-song demo, Winter, which the band released on cassette. Around the same time, Ghost Key joined up with the group Vanitas for a split single, and as their reputation spread, they soon went from periodic two-week tours in the Midwest to longer road trips with bands such as Beartooth and Silent Planet.