This song was recorded during the same session as the 'Narcissus Can Wait'-EP. It's titled 'Replacement' due to my obsession with the band The Replacement. The song was a nod to their magnificent hit 'Bastards of Young'. - Max J Hansson
released March 1, 2008
Produced by Cut City and Adam Magnusson. Recorded at S.I. Sounds and Phonogramstudion 2007-2008.
A. Cat Party - The Aftertaste
AA. Cut City - Replacement
7" Released by Monoton Studios (GER) in 2008 and digitally by Deleted Art (dLTD 032) via Klicktrack.
supported by 5 fans who also own “Split 7" w/ Cat Party”
Nearing midnight sometime in July, 2014, I was in bed, but awake listening to Triple J's'The Racket', as Greg and Ben from The Dillinger Escape Plan were guest hosting. They'd each selected five songs to play. Ben focused more on direct TDEP influences, while Greg picked songs he found of interest; most were not even close to being 'metal'. One of which was 'Everyone is Dark'.
I'm out of space here, but to this day it remains one of, if not my favourite song(s) of all time.
-Trent Peer Dissonance
supported by 4 fans who also own “Split 7" w/ Cat Party”
"Gives me goose-bumps" is an overused phrase but fitting in reference to Be Forest, a female-fronted shoegaze band from central Italy whose dark, mysterious, apocalyptic music has echoes of the Cure and Joy Division. Listening to them one can almost imagine being sucked ever deeper into the wintry depths of a deep, dark, Italian forest. Jabod