Baltimore, MD's Octaves have laid fairly dormant since releasing their debut, 'Greener Pastures', almost exactly three years ago in April 2010. But they've used the time wisely, solidifying a lineup and honing their sound to create their first proper full-length, 'Which Way the Wind Blows'. A series of chaotic left turns and disjointed, spastic rhythms, Octaves craft intricate post-hardcore intercut with strained, barked turns of phrase and corrosive, atmospheric guitar layering.
Features Song Lyrics for Octaves's Which Way the Wind Blows album. Octaves - Which Way the Wind Blows Album Lyrics. 1. Premature Congratulations Lyrics.
Labels Self-Produced. 9. Which Way the Wind Blows. Bonustracks (Re-Issue 2010).
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Which Way The Wind Blows (2010) by Satanic Rites. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Which Way the Wind Blows. 2. Matter of Evolution.
In the fever of a world in flames In the season of the hurricanes Flood will get you if the fire don’t Any way the wind blows. And there ain’t a thing that you can do When the weather takes a turn on you ‘Cept for hurry up and hit the road Any way the wind blows. Sister's gone, gone the gypsy route Brother's gone, gone for a job down south Ain’t nobody gonna stick around When the dark clouds roll Any way the wind blows. In the valley of the exodus In the belly of a bowl of dust Crows and buzzards flying low Any way the wind blows
Baltimore’s Octaves are set to release their upcoming full-length album, titled ‘Which Way The Wind Blows’, on April 16th 2013 through Bridge 9 Records. The band have also unveiled both the album cover artwork as well as tracklisting which can be found below: 0. Premature Congratulations 0. For Goodness Sake 0. Golf Tips 0. Poppycock 0. Tax Break 0. It Figures 0.
Walk the Way the Wind Blows is the third album released by American country music singer Kathy Mattea. It was released in 1986 (see 1986 in country music) on Mercury Records. This album produced Mattea's first Top Ten country hit in "Love at the Five and Dime", which reached on the Billboard country charts. Following this song were three more Top Ten hits: the title track at "You're the Power" at and "Train of Memories" at #6.