In the Nick of Time

by Weaponex

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My whole life is due for changes But somethings got to give another way I’ve devoted my whole being to a passionate mistake Changes looming all around May be blessings in disguise All this time the years gone by I can’t make money to save my life but I just can’t be what you wanna to make me Wasted dreams a wasted life This music game ain’t worth the fight I just can’t be what you want me to be BOOM A traitor to the life a paycheck will suffice sellout to survive breathe and feel alive Changes looming all around May be blessings in disguise All this time the years gone by I can’t make money to save my life but I just can’t be what you wanna to make me Wasted dreams a wasted life This music game ain’t worth the fight I just can’t be what you want me to be A traitor to the life a paycheck will suffice sellout to survive breathe and feel alive Alive, ALIVE Chat Conversation End
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*Instrumental
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Back in the day. I just got here. Checking the time. I don’t have the fuel to take me home. It’s all in a workman’s day when time begins to fly. Temporal flux I ride to reach my friend’s demise, ooh! Holding on again Time is changing Holding on again Photographs that disappear Continued progression of events that fall in line. Separate moments that appear to coincide. Holding on again Time is changing Holding on again Photographs that disappear Rolling thunder, pouring rain. Receive mail from previous days Lightning took you, stranding me. In the past with all the future left unlaid Call the doctor. Get the cure. Once again the clock tower. Find your past self conquer time. Fool the gods and shake the hand of our design. All I need is the hand of those divine. Rhythm and some potent nuclei. V dividing R is set to I. An ohmic device Lightning on demand is set to strike. 1.21 should do the trick. Fated to make contact in the nick of time Holding on again Time is changing Holding on again Photographs that disappear Nick of time In the Nick of time
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I live inside you Twisting dimensions Wicked intentions Faces Eight cells keep me away Spinning Forever I will stay Hold your form Hold your form It’s not like I’m able To feel it when stable A rolling, rotating brain Hold a form Hold a shape Life is a circle Kaleidoscoping Convex polytoping Parallel hyper-prism Symmetrical and immune to schism My days will change and rotate into another plane 3D applications Keeping me from a 4D creation A flatland to a cube A simpler domain Faces 8 cells that keep me away Spinning Forever I will stay The innocent world I shape The innocent world I shape
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*Instrumental
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In the Nick of Time, is the 2nd, and latest release from the Buffalo, NY-based Progressive Metal band, Weaponex. With the incorporation of flowing dynamics and experimental guitar ferocity, In the Nick of Time boasts 5 unique originals with hooks a plenty and a modernized cover of Deep Purple's, Highway Star. Each track features blistering musicianship but a self-awareness enough not to take itself too seriously. In the Nick of Time makes most other 6-stringers look like second stringers.

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released October 6, 2018

Weaponex would like to thank, Katherine Malik-Willard for sharing her husband with the band and supporting their silly rock star dreams (I love you baby!), Robin and Big Larry Steele for always putting up with our racket, Chris Dlugosz for the awesome artwork, Nick Borgosz for his editing work on, “In the Nick of Time”, (Former Weaponex member) Kevin Bartosiewicz for his guest solo on, “The Wrath of the Manticore/ Duggah Duh”, Mike Marlinski and Vick Sacha for their awesome support of all things Buffalo Metal and “the Metal” blog, Grant Henry for saving the album and stepping up to the plate to mix and master this beast, Mark and Patty Willard for the undying support of their son’s silly dream, Anyone who takes the time to buy, listen and spread the word about our music...THANK YOU ALL!!!
credits

released October 6, 2018

Drums engineered by Scott Nadolinski at Sonic Farm Studios

Drums featured on, “In the Nick of Time” edited by Nick Borgosz

All tracks mixed and mastered by Grant “Stemage” Henry at Stemage Music (StemageMusic.com)

All songs except “Highway Star” written by Mike Willard and Weaponex

“Highway Star” written by Deep Purple, and originally featured on the album, “Machine Head”

Guest solo on “the Wrath of the Manticore/ Duggah Duh” performed by Kevin Bartosiewicz

Artwork by Chris “Cubosh” Dlugosz

Weaponex is:

Mike Willard - Guitar, Vocals, Programming
Dan “Danimal Cannon” Behrens - Bass
Larry Steele - Drums

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Weaponex Buffalo, New York

We Like prog...We like shred...We like a little bit of everything else too...We figured, why not play whatever the hell we want to play?

Well, we're 4 guys again. 3 of us are also in ARMCANNON. We enjoy all-original progressive music and decided to give it a whirl while we're still young, alive and have the time.
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