Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Let Our Enemies Beware: Fibonacci Download #9

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.

So here's the 9th and penultimate download in LOEB's Fibonacci series. The link for the track hosted below will expire after 2, yes two, downloads...2 being the 2nd number in the Fibonacci sequence...

F10 = 89 - Fools, Philistines, Heretics and Whores - only a few downloads left!
F9 = 55 - I Am Lono - only a few downloads left!
F8 = 34 - POW! Right in the Kisser - only a few downloads left!
F7 = 21 - (Personal) Space Invaders - only a few downloads left!
F6 = 13 all gone now, sorry
F5 = 8 sorry, too late
F4 = 5 ditto my friend, ditto
F3 = 3 are you kidding?
F2 = 2
F1 = 1

By the time we hit the final download later in the next few days, the debut album can be pre-ordered from the STA store. As always, pre-order customers receive an exclusive limited edition hand finished bonus disc.

Over to Sha (guitar/vocals)...


'Inhale_Sleep came about from a jam at the studio when we had some spare time. The sounds over the top were added later withn the help of John Amino (of English Bore fame). The weird chatter may or may not be one Mr Crowley (depending on any legalities that may follow). If it is one Mr Crowley (which it may or may not be) then be sure that we take absolutely NO RESPONSIBILITY if, upon the track's conclusion, a huge whacking great big rabbit demon with scabs for eyes and breath like rust bursts through the living room floor of your house to a choir of twisted angels and proceeds to rape you in the soul hole'

Download 'Inhale_Sleep' 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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