Petit Sanctuaire de Trage'die

by Fentress

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I (Alex) put together this band to make an emotional focused album to help aid me in processing the loss of a very close loved one who comitted suicide. This project gave me something to do and somehwere to put some of the toughest emotions I've ever processed. The guys and gals on this album stepped up to the plate and made something I am very proud of and think speaks to people going through something similar or who have gone through the darkness, desperation, and at times hallucinating moments of pain, grief, and release.


released May 23, 2014

Alex Salinas- Drums, Lyrics, Synth, Songwriting, Production, Mixing
Armando Santos- Guitar, Songwriting, Production
James Connor- Guitar, Songwriting, Production
Cedric Theys- Bass, Synth, Songwriting, Production, Mixing & Recording
Suzanne Monroe- Vocalist
Thomas McGregor- Violinist
Rich Maus- Recording Engineer
Donlad W. Mohr- Mastering Engineer
Photography- Alex Salinas
Photography Visual Art Direction- Tiffani Dickensheets,Thomas McGregor



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Fentress Austin, Texas

Fentress formed mid 2013 from the remains of experimental Art Rock band Landing Station who also has albums on bandcamp. Alex drummer/founder called Armando LS's other founder after a few years had seperated the two. Alex found more like minded musicians through free-lance gigs during their time apart to join. This band was formed in the memory of Alex's father.
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Track Name: Violet Current
Do You remember the dark room
The expressions diminished
The northern flock was freezing
The channel lachs were breaching
There are so many currents that pass where pain brushes wild

Your departure left me wide awake
A desire to stare at black water tides
In the foreground a rlentless winding mind
There are so many bends where pain rushes in