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Not from Here [Explicit Lyrics]

Sifting

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1
Agents of Chaos
Sifting
1:59
2
Alone
Sifting
7:45
3
Blowing Fire
Sifting
5:34
4
Not from Here
Sifting
6:20
5
Blurry Paintings
Sifting
3:34
6
Pledge of Our Generation
Sifting
3:42
7
Nothing but Us
Sifting
4:38
8
EXPLICITThings Change
Sifting
7:28
9
Epsilon
Sifting
6:54
10
Gloom
Sifting
4:03
Total Playing Time    51:57
“overall Not From Here is a dynamically sound effort even with a few misses spotted here and there, it flows up and down to give that prog feel but ultimately remains a more modernised rock album that should give the listener enough to remain interested.”
- Andrew Massie, The Rockpit

Progressive metal band Sifting presents their debut full-length, Not From Here, an exercise in controlled chaos. Moving from punk elements to coastal rock, Sifting demonstrated mind-bending musicianship as they deliver expertly played solos throughout.
88.2 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Eclipse Records Studio Masters

Track 1 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM
Tracks 2-10 – contains material which utilizes a limited amount of the available bandwidth.

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