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Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Get Me Out (1:23)
2. View of a Burning City (5:35)
3. How Lonely Sits the City (4:52)
4. Millstone (4:58)

Total Time 16:48

Line-up / Musicians

- Mitch Wells / bass
- Andy Gibbs / guitars
- Matthew Thudium / guitars
- Bryan Funck / vocals
- Josh Nee / drums

Releases information

Recorded and mixed May 2011 at the Living Room Studios in Algiers, Louisiana.

Independently released May 22, 2011. Re-released June 21, 2011 on Vendetta Records as a split with Cower titled "War Is the Force That Gives Us Meaning: A Two Part Analysis of Personal and Inter-Personal Conflict."

"Get Me Out" originally written by Cower.

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