Hardcore In The Face Of War. Band's List Hardcore In The Face Of War We Make Our Own Luck. Band Name In The Face Of War. Album Name We Make Our Own Luck. Labels Detournement Records. Members owning this album0.
we will never lose our passion there's so much out there worth fighting for and so much right here worth dying for the rules haven't changed, only the way that we play the game and though we're growing older, our intensity remains the same in a time lacking of honest passion, no one should be blamed for trying to return.
The Face of War (The Visage of War; in Spanish La Cara de la Guerra) (1940) is a painting by the Spanish surrealist Salvador Dalí. It was painted during a brief period when the artist lived in California. The trauma and the view of war had often served as inspiration for Dalí’s work. He sometimes believed his artistic vision to be premonitions of war. This work was painted between the end of the Spanish Civil War and beginning of the Second World War.
It seems a lot has transpired between Life Forever or Die Trying and We Make Our Own Luck. This Indiana unit has decided to drop most of the metal for a more Deathwish Inc. type resonance.
Awesome second album from Indiana hardcore quintet In The Face Of War packs a 13 song punch including 2 exclusive Australian bonus tracks! Passionate hardcore for fans of Bane, MLIW and Gallows.
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This face is similar to a skull or to the face of a cadaver, and it is seen with a desert landscape as background. In this face’s eye sockets and mouth opening one can see three smaller, similar faces. One can also see many serpents swarming around the face, and a hand print in the lower right corner. Dali tried to come up with a painting that shows the ugliness of war through surrealism. The brownish colors he used evoke a sense of desperation and misery. The painting also makes one feel sad and frightened when looking into its deeper meaning and its various elements.