In flumine mundi


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"The limit of every pain is an even greater pain" Emil M. Cioran
Dedicated to Srđan Krasić.

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released September 22, 2013

Digital download includes PDF booklet with backcover and lyrics.

Songs written, arranged & performed by: Greshnik
Lyrics taken from the tale "The man who ate death" by Borislav Pekić, and selected verses from: "The Book of Mirdad" by Mikha'il Na'ima.
Guest vocal on "The Man Who Ate Death", Marko Stamenković.
Recorded, produced, arranged and mixed by Slađan Milenović in Aug/Sep 2013.
Mix consultant and mastering: Milan Stevanovic.
Cover photos by Miodrag Ignjatović.
Logotype and cover design by The Lightbearer Studios.



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Track Name: The Ark
And so man pleads for help.
His agonizing cries reverberate throughout the aeons.
The air is heavy with his moans.
The sea is salty with his tears.
The earth is furrowed with his tombs.
The heavens are deafened with his prayers.

One hesitant step. Another hesitant step... the churning billows of a sea of darkness...
Track Name: The Man Who Ate Death
There are people
whose lives are but a ripple in the water.
Invisible, inaudible, unreal,
they leave no print
in the sandy desert of humankind.
We do not know whence they came into our midst,
and when they depart,
we know not why or where they have gone.
While the gods walked the earth,
that is how we recognized them.
When they left us,
of all their powers the only legacy they left behind
was the ability to live,
but not to be.

Their being is Water.
Water is their Element.
It is in water that their nature and their fate reside.