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Well, I Guess My Hand Doesn't Hurt (A Song of the Living, Dead, and the People in Between, Whatever That Means)

from We Are Unhappy Now by Harborer



on a bad day, i hit my father and he kept asking me if my hand hurt... in an attempt to make me feel like i did nothing to him, i guess. i was definitely in the right as i usually am with him and this patronizing got to me really hard.

when we got home from the event we were attending, i loaded up a bunch of crazy samples on my electronic drumkit and pounded away. that's what you hear at the beginning/middle of the song (The Living and the In Between). the samples are of these crazy synth demos and then i went and found a bunch of screams from the Death Grips discography, reverbed them up, and went ham.

the end is supposed to be death. i use an e-bow. it sounds nice and that's the point.


this is an instrumental track but there is screaming so figure it out for yourself


from We Are Unhappy Now, released June 21, 2018
ben coates - all playing, all mixing/mastering
samples of Harsh Noise Generator by Kinetic Laboratories on youtube, Moog Sub 37 Review by sonicstate on youtube, and various screams from Stefan Burnett of death grips


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