Suffer, Then We're Gone

by Mourn the Light

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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Due to continued delays at vinyl pressing plants we arent expecting to see these til late August. You'll get the digital on release day 7/02/2021

    1.When the Fear Subsides
    2.I Bare the Scars
    3.Take Your Pain Away
    4.End of Times (2020 version)
    5.Suffer, Then We're Gone
    6.Refuse to Fall
    7.Progeny of Pain
    8.Wisdom Bestowed

    Mourn the Light is:
    Andrew Stachelek - Vocals
    Dwayne Eldredge - Guitars
    Kieran Beaty - Guitars
    Bill Herrick - Bass
    Kyle Hebner - Drums
    Guest Keyboards on "When the Fear Subsides" and "Wisdom Bestowed from Tales of Woe" by Alex Newton

    Recorded at Studio Wormwood in Mansfield, CT
    Produced, Mixed, and Engineered by Dave Kaminsky
    Mastered by Ryan Williams at Augmented Audio in LA
    Cover Art by Brouemaster Visual Decay
    Mourn the Light Logo by Diko Nursya

    Includes unlimited streaming of Suffer, Then We're Gone via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    shipping out on or around September 27, 2021

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    1.When the Fear Subsides
    2.I Bare the Scars
    3.Take Your Pain Away
    4.End of Times (2020 version)
    5.Suffer, Then We're Gone
    6.Refuse to Fall
    7.Progeny of Pain
    8.Wisdom Bestowed
    9.Blink of an Eye (Remastered Bonus Track)
    releases July 2, 2021

    Mourn the Light is:
    Andrew Stachelek - Vocals
    Dwayne Eldredge - Guitars
    Kieran Beaty - Guitars
    Bill Herrick - Bass
    Kyle Hebner - Drums
    Guest Keyboards on "When the Fear Subsides" and "Wisdom Bestowed from Tales of Woe" by Alex Newton

    Recorded at Studio Wormwood in Mansfield, CT
    Produced, Mixed, and Engineered by Dave Kaminsky
    Mastered by Ryan Williams at Augmented Audio in LA
    Cover Art by Brouemaster Visual Decay
    Mourn the Light Logo by Diko Nursya

    Includes unlimited streaming of Suffer, Then We're Gone via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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      $12.99 USD or more 

     

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    Suffer, Then We're Gone Limited Color Vinyl (250 copies) + Digital (Digital releases on July 2)
    Signed Glossy 8x10 band photo hand Numbered (only 25 copies)
    Suffer album cover shirt
    Embroidered MTL Logo Patch
    Stickers and Fridge magnet

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    Limited run of 50 Cassettes of the album "Suffer, Then We're Gone". 25 cassettes will be available at ArgonautaRecords.com in Europe and 20 of them here in the USA right here on bandcamp. Out Sept 27
    *Artist rendering of print on green cassette

    Includes unlimited streaming of Suffer, Then We're Gone via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    shipping out on or around October 10, 2021
    edition of 50 

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1.
When the Fear Subsides (Music: Eldredge Lyrics: Eldredge) We should have seen the signs, it was all so clear, now it's too late We pay for all the wasted years all the time we spent drowning in hate A day will come again when the fear subsides We'll start a clean slate and look up to clear blue skies This sickness has made us all insane Everyone of us engulfed by the flames Greed has caused us all so much pain Now sorrow and regret are all that remains We can't reach a common goal If we're always at each other's throats We can't avoid extinction of our dreams Without a true thirst for peace We won't ever rise again If we can't leave the past behind There has got to be change How have we been so blind We're paying for things we did not do We're dying and there's nothing we can do Praying for a chance to breathe again Yearning for a new beginning, not the end We can't reach a common goal If we're always at each other's throats We can't avoid extinction of our dreams Without a true thirst for peace We won't ever rise again If we can't leave the past behind There has got to be change How have we been so blind In my dreams we put our differences aside We come together to make a better life In these dreams we rejoice Together we welcome clear blue skies
2.
I Bare The Scars (Music: Eldredge/Lyrics: Eldredge) I bare the scars I live with the pain I bury memories that tie me to you I've done what I've done I've made mistakes Now I need someone to help me make it through Nothing we say Takes the pain away And it hurts so much Where do we go What do we do When it hurts too much Gone blind like I've been staring at the sun Faith dies with truths untold, It can't be undone Opened my eyes Somehow missed the signs Believed the lies and followed you every step of the way Wasted my time Left ruin in my wake Alienated those who cared and this is the price I pay
3.
Take your pain away (Music: Eldredge Lyrics: Eldredge/Stachelek) Yesterday you were so full of love Today you look like you've had enough Yesterday was so warm and bright Forever now feels like the coldest night Damaged, Broken Pain is all you know Lost, Alone With No where to go Sick, Tired Dont wanna face another day I wish, I wish I could take your pain away It hurts me to see you like this What's the reason that we exist A torment no one should have to bear No rhyme or reason it's so unfair You need a way out and you need some help Out of the depths of this living hell I've found the path to follow into bliss Comfort will come if you come with me Damaged, Broken Pain is all you know Lost, Alone With No where to go Sick, Tired Dont wanna face another day I can, I can I could take your pain away
4.
End of Times (2020 version) (Music: Eldredge/Lyrics: Eldredge) Can't you see the world's in flames And the way it was will never be again Speeding towards the end of it all We had our rise and now we have our fall What we've done is such a shame The grand design just a waste of time It's over the end of our reign But it really doesnt matter because There will be no one left to remember Billions of lives just a waste of time There will be no one left to remember Nothing matters in the end of times No one left to mourn our lives No one to miss it at all No one left to mourn the light As if it never shined at all There was a time, When we stood tall Life was good, We had it all On the way down, We ignored the signs Hurling to our demise In hindsight we could have changed But we were too wrapped up in ourselves Always looking for someone else to blame It's me me me and nothing else Now we are face to face with never again Every breath, we took in vein Nothing we accomplished will mean a thing The human race has finished last
5.
Suffer, Then we're gone (Music: Eldredge/Lyrics: Eldredge/Stachelek) Humanity, the darkness that looms The cancer that consumes The good intentions of the few Will never undo All the wrongs We suffer 'til the end But it wont be long We suffer 'til the end We suffer,then we're gone And as the lights fade And my world turns to gray I ask myself why We're put here just to die Is this the way it's meant to be Is this the sum of it all If there's a light, why can't I see Why must we suffer Hate and fear are seeping in Detroying all within The end is coming, can't you see There will be No return
6.
Refuse to Fall (Music: Eldredge/Lyrics: Eldredge) You were on your way to the top When life's cruelty struck You'd never be the same A force that no one could stop Or so we thought You'd never be the same You could have given up That's not who you are You refuse to fall Reaching for the sky You're one of a kind An inspiration to all You did so much in a short time Then life's cruelty struck You'd never be the same There's so much more to do Nothing could stop you It will never be the same When you think it's over And there's nothing you can do There's no starting over You do the best you can do Everyday you touch our hearts You fill us with hope We'll never be the same A force that no one can stop A spirit that never dies We'll never be the same
7.
Progeny of Pain (Music: Stachelek/Lyrics: Stachelek) Hatred has emerged From a once tranquil place Nevermore, never again Will you see my face The world seeps into The sponge of a boy The hand of the aging shopkeep Wrings him dry Why, then, does the seed still grow Something's missing, impossibly so Was it his own fault Or was it the woman Did she leave altogether? Will she ever be back? Hatred has emerged From a once tranquil place Nevermore, never again Will you see my face Receding to black I give up the life I knew and loved You pushed me here I'll never go back I am the Progeny of Pain Empty and cold The search for the heart Leaves him weary And he knows not where to turn The deadline approaches now But maybe he can win If only this aging man Can keep away the pain
8.
Wisdom Bestowed (Music: Eldredge Lyrics: Eldredge) Lost in the abyss We didn't ask for this Bound by the pain Our minds gone insane Shadow of what we were Can't ignore the hurt No future left for me Blind we fail to see Fighting our battles we're getting crushed Ashes to ashes, dust to dust Wasted time, sensless death Last look to the sky drawing final breathe As above so below Time has come for us to go Say goodbye to all you know As above so below The end is near just close your eyes The pain will die along with our lives Can't cheat death answer the call All that rises must too fall Sever the ties we have in this land With hope that we can begin again Take what we learned so we can grow Wisdom bestowed from tales of woe
9.
Blink of an Eye (Music: Eldredge Lyrics: Eldredge) Bring back the way it was A time of dreams Living life without a care The sun shining bright Now the clouds fill my sky And you can hear the screams Darkness fills the air I succumb to the night I Feel the pain this life can bring I wish to end the suffering I feel my life was just in vain Footprints washed away in the rain I think back to the good times To find some peace Everywhere I looked I saw hope Everything so right Now the clouds fill my sky And you can hear the screams Darkness fills the air I succumb to the night Time flies by And the memories fade Gone in the blink of an eye So make sure you embrace today

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MOURN THE LIGHT was formed in early 2018 by Dwayne Eldredge, co-founder of The New England Stoner and Doom Festival. Driven by his passion for thunderous, traditional doom metal mixed with lofty progressive metal leanings, Dwayne was hell-bent on creating a band that could sonically push a message of hope in spite of despair. 
The original lineup hit the studio quickly, releasing their debut EP Weight of the World in June of that same year. The release was met with a fervor of underground metal accolades, propelling the band to tour the US and Canada, with featured festival appearances at Stoner Jam 19 (during SXSW) and the second New England Stoner and Doom Festival. 
At this point, the band had to make some lineup changes. Nothing dramatic, just life.
This drove the early mainstays, vocalist Andrew Stachelek and Dwayne, to deeply focus on putting together the absolute best band possible. And make no mistake, they achieved their goal. The current, uber-capable lineup features Kyle Knight on drums, Bill Herrick on bass, and Kieran Beaty on guitar, now allowing the full vision of MOURN THE LIGHT to be realized.  
And once again, the band was moving forward. 
Early 2020 started off as an amazing time of writing and musical exploration, with the revamped quintet pushing themselves to write the best songs possible -- songs that reflected their love of the heavy of old AND the heavy of new. They were eager to return to the studio to record their first full length. Nine epic songs were written, and the band sequestered at Studio Wormwood with production wizard Dave Kaminsky at the helm. 
This upcoming album has a plethora of influences showcased, yet made all their own. At one moment, MOURN THE LIGHT delivers crushingly massive riffs, only to jump at the next turn, galloping along with shades of classic power metal taking hold and leading the way -- all the while focused on incredibly memorable songs, with catchy hooks and sing-along choruses. 
And. As always. Moving forward...
MOURN THE LIGHT is incredibly proud to have signed a worldwide record deal with ARGONAUTA RECORDS. Their album Suffer, Then We're Gone will see its release in 2021 and MOURN THE LIGHT has no plan to slow down anytime soon....
Buckle up and take a ride with them!

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released July 2, 2021

Mourn the Light is:
Andrew Stachelek - Vocals
Dwayne Eldredge - Guitars
Kieran Beaty - Guitars
Bill Herrick - Bass
Kyle Hebner - Drums
Guest Keyboards on "When the Fear Subsides" and "Wisdom Bestowed from Tales of Woe" by Alex Newton

Recorded at Studio Wormwood in Mansfield, CT
Produced, Mixed, and Engineered by Dave Kaminsky
Mastered by Ryan Williams at Augmented Audio in LA
Cover Art by Brouemaster Visual Decay
Mourn the Light Logo by Diko Nursyahra
Band Photo by Patrick Hennessey

MourntheLight.com
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At one moment delivering crushingly massive riffs, only to jump at the next turn, galloping along with shades of classic power metal taking hold and leading the way. All the while focused on incredibly memorable songs, with catchy hooks and singalong choruses.
MOURN THE LIGHT is incredibly proud to have signed a worldwide record deal with ARGONAUTA RECORDS.
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