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Still Not Well

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lyrics

Grinding of teeth, scratching of my flesh
Wrenching of hands, tearing me apart
Itching for this, your name on my lips
Dulling the pain, the taste in my mouth
Quenching my thirst, nothing will end this
Searching, one more is all I need
My life falls apart
Driving me insane
Save me from this hell
I am still not well

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from Pillars of Ash, released January 29, 2016

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Black Tusk Savannah, Georgia

Black Tusk was born from sweat. There was blood, and maybe a few tears, too, but more than anything, it was sweat that marked the earliest years of Savannah, Georgia’s Black Tusk. Formed in 2005 by three lifelong friends—bassist Jonathan Athon, guitarist Andrew Fidler, and drummer James May—the band welded together what they called “swamp metal.”

Photo credit Angela Boatwright
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