01:24 - !J.O.O.E.! Aha yeah, that's true. I would also add lack of social inclination is probably going to be a part of it sooner if I don't get out and sort it.
01:21 - snake? snaaaake! @joe Low mood, anhedonia (no pleasure in things you usually enjoy) and low energy are the 3 major depressive symptoms, not that I'm diagnosing you over the shoutbox.
01:19 - no one feeling down as fuck is depressed isnt it?
01:19 - !J.O.O.E.! I don't really feel down as such. More like numb; I'm having trouble enjoying typical things, lack of motivation, low energy, also a fair amount of light nausea the past few days. It gets dark here around 4 / 4.30pm at the moment.
01:16 - mz I don't really think that lack of sun for just two hours can cause a physiological reaction, but it can feel me down as fuck.
01:15 - no one its a fact more people are depressed in areas with less light
01:14 - snake? snaaaake! Snow sucks balls, at least in England it does. It's all fun and games until the next day when half the roads aren't grit and there's black ice everywhere
Additional info Recorded in "EXODUS" studio in Warsaw
Engenieered by Andrzej Puczynski
Asistents: Dariusz Gospodarczyk and Wojciech postek
Cover concept and works by Jerzy Kurczak
Released 1987 by Poljazz on LP
Released 1988 by Silton & Stapis on CD.
Released 1988 by Polton on MC with different cover art.
Illegally re-released by MMP in 1994 on CD and MC.
The album was remastered and reisssued on 24.04.2006 by Metal Mind Records. The reissue has an extensive booklet with liner notes and includes bonus video clips of "Metal i Pieklo" and "666".
Both video clips were recorded in Katowice in Spodek, in December 1986.
The title means "The Breath of Worlds Extinct"
Roman Kostrzewski: vocals
Ireneusz Loth: drums
Piotr Luczyk: guitar
Krzysztof Stagman: bass