Wednesday, 20 May 2009

Let Our Enemies Beware: Fibonacci Download #1

Medway havoc-bringers and new to the STA family are
Let Our Enemies Beware; in the build-up to the release of their incendiary and epic post-rock/metal hybrid of a debut album Against Karate later in 2009, each week for the next 10 weeks the STA blog will host a series of downloads.

And the catch is? The availability of the downloads will be informed by the Fibonacci sequence, whereby the nth number is the sum of the previous two numbers. Which means that, going in reverse order starting with the 10th F number, the link for the first LOEB track hosted here tonight will expire after 89 downloads, the next song will expire after 55 downloads, the third after 34, the fourth after 21, the fifth after 13 - ending with track 10 being online for just 1 download. After which, said debut album can be pre-ordered from the STA store.

Fiendish? A little.

Over to Sha (guitar/vocals)...


'Fools, Philistines, Heretics and Whores' was the first track from our earliest DIY release 'Dhu Rakina' and was featured on STA's Public Service Broadcast (not sure which number). The opening line is from a drunken tramp I bumped into on the way home from university. He grabbed my shoulder and said unto me: "Let's get drunk and take over the state!"

I regetfully declined his offer.

Download 'Fools, Philistines, Heretics and Whores' by Let Our Enemies Beware


Leonardo of Pisa (c. 1170 – c. 1250), also known as Leonardo Pisano, Leonardo Bonacci, Leonardo Fibonacci, or, most commonly, simply Fibonacci, was an Italian mathematician, considered by some "the most talented mathematician of the Middle Ages"

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