Host Skull - Totally Fatalist by Host Skull, released 13 September 2011 1. Totally Fatalist 2. Radio Swan 3. Host Skull 4. In Hell 5. You've Been Grown Up 6. Know It Ain't Right 7. Summer Stained 8. Nothing At All 9. Bad Man 10. Rat Bones 11. Son in San Juan. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Includes unlimited streaming of Host Skull - Totally Fatalist via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days.
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Host Skull – Totally Fatalist. Label: Antephonic – AR-17518. A1. Totally Fatalist. A5. You've Been Grown Up. A6. Know It Ain't Right.
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Artist: Host Skull Title: Totally Fatalist Label: Antephonic Release Date: September 13, 2011. Host Skull is a new venture from ts David Bernabo (ex-Assembly, Vale and Year) and Will Dyar (ex-Oakley Hall) that aims to play with the concept of a band, while making interesting and engaging music. Since the band is split between Pittsburgh and Sante Fe, this obstacle has provided the chance for Host Skull to double. Instead of one band, Host Skull will consist of two bands that operate in different cities.
Host Skull's Black Mark is a warm, lovingly crafted album full of odd harmonies, darkened corners, and winding song structures. Created by. David Bernabo. Host Skull has also pursued a new compositional structure called MODULES that has been used for eight performances dealing with dance, spoken text, and actions. We have also made three music videos. All of these activities have been realized because the artists involved have had a passion or at least a passing interest in the work we've been doing. Everyone has worked for very little money or at their own expense. What's the story with Black Mark? Black Mark is the second album in a loose thematic trilogy that will end with Host Skull's Destruction (2015?).