Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. 1. The Last Days Of Rome 03:58. 2. The Last Days Of Rome (Sir Real Remix) 05:49. 3. The Last Days Of Rome (Calculus Mix) 03:58. If you like Snog, you may also like: Tierra De Las Brujas by Lunar Tomb. All proceeds through tomorrow from this dark, claustrophobic synth EP go to RAICES Texas. Bandcamp New & Notable Nov 28, 2018.
One day the sun will grow And swallow up your home Consume all you own With pleasure I will groan. The palaces The towers Will rot inside of hours Bereft of their powers The seeds they have sown. The suburbs And the city The foul air makes me giddy So seldom is it witty The last days of Rome. If I cut then I bleed All day long Just to please you The last days of Rome. The Last Days Of Rome" Track Info. The Last Days of Rome Snog. One Grain Of Sand. 6. Vaguely Melancholic. 8. Christmas Everyday. 9. I Do Know Now. 11. Go To Sleep (Little Australia)
For their latest release, The Last Days of Rome, Snog turn their back on their most recent outings of barbed satirical electro-punk and instead offer a new brand new album of historical narratives and charming tone poems set in palatable electro-pop surroundings. The album tells tales of the building of the pyramids of Egypt, pirates throwing their maps overboard, Roman Centurions, London being built in the Middle Ages, and more, all of which Snog promise us have no allusions to the modern global political climate
Album songs： . he Last Days of Rome (Calculus Mix). o to Sleep (Little Australia). Do Know Now. hristmas Everyday. Album list Compliance. Babes In Consumerland. The New Cocksucker Blues. The Last Days of Rome. The Dissolving Satellite of Egoism Overturned.
Snog - Whateverman Lyrics. 5. The Last Days of Rome (Acoustic). 7. The Last Days of Rome (Calculus Mix). The Last Days of Rome (Sir Real remix).
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The sack of 455 was the third of four ancient sacks of Rome; it was conducted by the Vandals, who were then at war with the usurping Western Roman Emperor Petronius Maximus. In the 440s, the Vandal king Genseric and the Roman Emperor Valentinian III had betrothed their children, Huneric and Eudocia, to strengthen their alliance, reached in 442 with a peace treaty (the marriage was delayed as Eudocia was too young). In 455 Valentinian was killed, and Petronius Maximus rose to the throne.