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Lord Cernunnos - I'm Gonna Dig A Mass Grave For Certain People As A Warning For Future Cunts Scaricare
Interprete:
Lord Cernunnos
Album:
I'm Gonna Dig A Mass Grave For Certain People As A Warning For Future Cunts
Stile:
Glitch, Noise
Rilasciato:
04 Oct 2018
Paese:
US
Etichetta:
Not On Label
Dimensione FLAC:
2831 mb
Dimensione MP3:
1505 mb
Dimensione WMA:
2963 mb


Tracklist


1I'm Gonna Dig A Mass Grave For Certain People As A Warning For Future Cunts4:46


Album


Lord Cernunnos - I'm Gonna Dig A Mass Grave For Certain People As A Warning For Future Cunts. Audio Preview. Lord Cernunnos. Lord Cernunnos Glitch Noise 2018. Diplomat Orchestra & Chorus - I'm gonna change everything download mp3 flac. Lord Huron - Ancient Names Part 1 download mp3 flac. Violent Force - Malevolent Assault Of Tomorrow download mp3 flac. Colonel Abrams, One Way - I'm Not Gonna Let, You Can Do It download mp3 flac. I'm might-a leave my baby all pulled up and crying You know that's the reason why I 'm really gonna change my mind Dig myself a hole Move my baby down in the ground You know when I come out There won't be no wars around. Well, I ain't got no one to love me, all I got is gone My baby leavin'. From the DVD Just Having Church Live by the Chicago Mass Choir, we have Lemmie Battles singing I'm Gonna Praise The Lord. This Group has been nominated the coronavirus pandemic, the mass-grave burials of indigent New Yorkers whose families could not be found or who could not afford a private funeral have quintupled, officials said, growing from an average of 25 per week to 120 at its highest in recent weeks. Theyre happening five days a week now instead of one. Being buried out there was thought of as a shameful way to be buried, said Thomas Laqueur, author of The Work of the Dead: A Cultural History of Mortal Remains. They were buried by prisoners, the rejects of society, and then off limits. The mass grave was dug last week and stretches along a lengthy portion of the island. Mayor Bill de Blasio has so far not confirmed whether burials for coronavirus victims had been or would take place there but indicated this week the city might resort to using the island for temporary burials during the pandemic. If the body is unclaimed it becomes legally available as a medical cadavar to be used for training at medical schools or mortuary classes. The island, which can only be accessed by ferryboat, was sold to the city in 1868 and became a final resting place for unclaimed bodies and those used by medical schools. I mostly focus on Noise related music but sometimes release Ambient or Drone releases as well as the occasional Experimental. I started Lord Cernunnos back in 2009 or so. I started the project to make Dark Ambient that I liked. 161 people like this. 176 people follow this. Contact Lord Cernunnos on Messenger. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created 26 May 2016. Images have emerged of coffins being buried in a mass grave in New York City, as the death toll from the coronavirus continues to rise. Workers in hazmat outfits were seen stacking wooden coffins in deep trenches in Hart Island. Officials say burials are being ramped up at site, which has long been used for people with no next-of-kin or families who cannot afford a funeral. New York state now has more coronavirus cases than any single country. The US as a whole has recorded 467,000 cases and about 16,700 deaths. Globally there are 1. 6 million cases and 97,000 deaths. Image copyright Reuters. Image caption About 40 bodies were buried on Thursday. Ain't No Grave also known as Gonna Hold This Body Down is a traditional American gospel song attributed to Claude Ely 1922-1978 of Virginia. Claude Ely, a songwriter and preacher from Virginia, describes composing the song while sick with tuberculosis in 1934 when he was twelve years old. His family prayed for his health, and in response he spontaneously performed this song. Originally recorded by Bozie Sturdivant in July 1942 and released in 1943 as Ain't No Grave Can Hold My Body Down in a