06:23 - Fearmeister Eh, there are 2 kinds of splits. 1 (the most common) is 'I make songs and you make songs and we slap them together'. The second kind is 'lets work together to make this album'. kinda like a collaboration but more separated.
05:49 - !J.O.O.E.! I only like them when they're bananas.
04:12 - Fearmeister splits are cool when they are done right
This band's profile is 'invisible', meaning that it's much less prominent on the site - either because it's incomplete, or maybe doesn't entirely fit MS format.
The concept of the band is based partly on the political overtones of the book Watership Down by Richard Adams. In the book, Efrafa is a fascistic warren, where women are oppressed and lives are subdued by a dictatorship. The band felt that the book dealt with human political institutions in a unique metaphorical way and thus decided to base a portion of the lyrics on it; Owsla representing the natural world and its battle to defend itself.