The New Clergy

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The masters have always communicated in a coded language. When they speak of peace they only mean furthering armament sales to guarantee the cash flow to the pockets of their beneficiaries. When they speak of equality they only mean new fenced tax havens for the international conglomerates to produce worthless goods by slave labour. What is more alarming, these shallow and obscene words are promptly swallowed and worshiped by the masses.


the confusion of the new business fatal necrosis and blocked arteries the world politics by other means where pain is a constant symptom absurd fences get erected one violent overthrow to go they have no body to kick they have no soul to damn they speak in muffled voices swords drawn and blood-thirsty they scream about obscenities and it’s clear as night and day we are not in Pentecost anymore you paint me cloven-hoofed underneath my rebellious cloth in our excesses we all ride the fleas of morning dawn absurd fences get protracted the seed I self-cultivate


from Crooked Issue, released May 4, 2011


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Ahma Finland

Ahma is a Helsinki, Finland based quartet playing simple and raw rock music. For several not-to-be-spoken reasons they have been maintaining a moderately low profile since being hatched in 1995. The current incarnation of the band is either its third, fourth, or fifth, depending on who you ask.

The sound of Ahma is thoroughly enhanced for hearing impaired, and can be best described as LOUD.
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