One Eyed God Prophecy

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One Eyed God Prophecy were a hardcore band from Sherbrooke, Quebec (Canada) that were around from 1995-1997. Though their existence was brief, their influence is monumental. Along with fellow Canadian band Union of Uranus (who OEGP claimed to share members with to attract people to their shows on tour), they formed the framework for screamo that bands like Orchid would later take and run with. This combination of hardcore, crust punk, and grindcore results in an incredibly intense, dark, and dissonant sound that’s unmistakable for fans of the screamo genre. It’s origins are highly disputed of course, and though it was a sound that had been developing for years, the input of One Eyed God Prophecy is undeniably important in the genre’s formation. They only ever recorded one album, a seven-track self-titled release that came out in 1996. This thing is fantastic from start to finish, with the lengthy tracks fully exploring the band’s complex sound, which is nothing short of groundbreaking. A discography CD was released in 2001 that contained both their sole LP and a few live songs. Both are included below, so enjoy.

1. Toddler
2. (Interlude)
3. Wilf
4. Karysun
5. End Of The Story
6. Fields Of Separate Realities
7. Individual Gallery

1. Toddler
2. (Interlude)
3. Wilf
4. Karysun
5. End Of The Story
6. Fields Of Separate Realities
7. Individual Gallery
8. Wilf (Live at CFLX)
9. End of a Story (Live at CFLX)
10. Toddler (Live at CFLX)
11. Fields of Separate Realities (Live at CFLX)
12. End of the Story (Live at Birdhouse)
13. Toddler (Live at Birdhouse)
14. Karysun (Live at Birdhouse) 

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