Days of Fire

by MEATJACK

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1.
Sleep 02:54
2.
50 Years 02:01
3.
Cold Flight 04:49
4.
Face Down 02:58
5.
Days of Fire 04:25
6.
7.
One More 02:01
8.
Blue 02:23
9.
.45 00:45
10.
Crawl 12:57

about

Originally released on CD by At A Loss Records (AAL 012)

CD also available at www.meatjack.com

credits

released September 9, 2003

Jason Daniloski - bass, vocals, guitar
Brian Daniloski - guitar, vocals
Eric Dixon - drums

all songs written by MEATJACK with thanks to Will Scharf and Christian Depken for their contributions
recorded by Jon Smulyan at TVR
edited by Doug Milton at Cyberella
mastered by Alan Douches at West West Side Music
artwork by Stephen Kasner
design by Rob Rhinehart

dedicated to the memory of Brian Duke

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MEATJACK Baltimore, Maryland

Meatjack was a metal band from the Baltimore, MD rock scene formed in the early '90s and active until 2005. Meatjack can be brutal, ferocious, noisy, and dissonant. They aren't afraid to pound listeners with sensory assault, but they also have a sense of melody.
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