Independent Recordings Session

by Agents of Entropy

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Agents of Entropy's first ever studio recordings. Both tracks were recorded and mixed by Quintijn Verhoef at Studio Independent Recordings in Utrecht, the Netherlands in December 2014.

Agents of Entropy are a neo-crust three-piece from Utrecht, Netherlands featuring (former) members of Vals and Bloodgod / Nuestros Derechos. A heartfelt blend of dark, heavy and epic songs inspired by Derrick Jensen's two-volume book Endgame. War cries for dismantling and destruction!

Recommended for fans of bands such as Fall of Efrafa, Tragedy, Anopheli, Ekkaia, From Ashes Rise, Downfall of Gaia, Ictus, Svffer, Autarch, and Mgła among others.

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released January 10, 2015

BJ - guitars and vocals
Ruben - bass and vocals
Johnny - drums

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Agents of Entropy Utrecht, The Netherlands

Agents of Entropy play dark, epic music, inspired by Derrick Jensen's two-volume book Endgame. War cries for dismantling and destruction!

Currently on indefinite hiatus...

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Track Name: Premise 1 & 2
Civilization is not and can never be sustainable. This is especially true for industrial civilization.

Traditional communities do not often voluntarily give up or sell the resources on which their communities are based until their communities have been destroyed. They also do not willingly allow their landbases to be damaged so that other resources—gold, oil, and so on—can be extracted. It follows that those who want the resources will do what they can to destroy traditional communities.

Read more at http://www.derrickjensen.org/work/endgame/endgame-premises-english/
Track Name: Premise 5
The property of those higher on the hierarchy is more valuable than the lives of those below. It is acceptable for those above to increase the amount of property they control—in everyday language, to make money—by destroying or taking the lives of those below. This is called production. If those below damage the property of those above, those above may kill or otherwise destroy the lives of those below. This is called justice.

Read more at http://www.derrickjensen.org/work/endgame/endgame-premises-english/