To The Quiet Winds EP

by Miles Of Machines

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To The Quiet Winds EP-

1. Recoil (6:16)
2. To The Quiet Winds (6:54)

Miles of Machines is-

Zak Fennie: Clean Vocals
Tudor Mihalache: Harsh Vocals*
Kevin Payne: Guitar
Bruno Lopez: Guitar, Backing Vocals
Sergio Soria-Gil: Bass, Backing Vocals
Alexander Massenkoff: Drums

*All harsh vocals on demos performed by Aris Foster
Backing vocals provided by Trey Xavier

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released 04 December 2012
Mixed and Produced by Trey Xavier
Recorded at Guitar Heaven Studio
Mastered by Chris Graham Audio Mastering

Special thanks to-

Trey Xavier, Chris Graham, Ned Bressler, Aris Foster, "Matty" Matt Miranda, Joel Fennie, Emily Mourraille, Megan Floyd, Siera Self, Chuck and Robin Payne, as well as all of our friends and families, who have been very supportive and helpful.

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Miles Of Machines Napa, California

Miles of Machines is:

Bruno Lopez: Vocals

Kevin Payne: Guitar

Sergio Soria-Gil: Bass/Vocals

Alex Massenkoff: Drums/Backing Vocals


Influences: Protest the Hero, Veil of Maya, Killswitch Engage, Born of Osiris, Periphery, Corelia, The Safety Fire, In Flames, Parkway Drive, Mutiny Within, Polyphia, Structures, Opeth, Dance Gavin Dance, Tool, Dream Theater, many others.
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Track Name: Recoil
He stood alone
Thinking of his past
Remembering in a mute dream
The recoil of the gun
So long ago it seems...

Time buried his life
Calling his name
Guilt feeding on him
Consumed by shame

These venomous memories
This blackened past, I beg, I plea
Let tonight be my last
The light extinguished from their eyes
The countless men I've euthanized
The body count I've amassed

His mind repeats
These moments without end
Reliving his nightmares
Again, and again, and again...
So long ago it seems

On and on, once again
Perpetual, without end
To my knees I am brought
Exhausted mind, never stops

My heart is cold and worn
My conscience, ripped and torn
My hope has long since died
My loathing, sorrow thrive

End of my rope
My service obsolete
When I'm six feet below
You will savor my defeat
Victims of mine
Dead before their time
Lined up at Hell's Gate
Smiling as they wait...
Track Name: To The Quiet Winds
Retract, retreat into oneself
Evade the inevitable rejection
In a ceremony of exclusion
Be regarded as an infection
Secede... isolate oneself

Remain anonymous
(Diminish the threat of breeding contempt)
Reveal naught but apathy
(A strangers interest offends)
Endeavor to ignore
(Becoming involved is not one's intent)
Break away...
(Before the relationship deepens)

Hide away this ineptitude
Forever sway to the quiet winds of solitude

Pull me from the ether
If only for a while
But I understand if my gaze
Makes you feel defiled

Head down, do not stare
Shield them from starved glares
Envy in the air
Be the overlooked
Confidence they took
Pained by withdrawn looks
Harsher every way
Bleaker every day
Humbled and inane
Stoic and reserved
Lack of any nerve
No purpose to serve...

Keep clear of their affairs
(Passive neglect stings less than indignance)
Show no concern
(Keep to one's own business)
Avoid the scornful stares
(Their matters have no regards to oneself)
Exist as a recluse...
(They despise invasion)

Frustration, this self-imposed restraint
Solidifies the truth that this seclusion shall reign