OZ-013 / DWR-177
Co-release with Driftwood Records
"profanity is a small collection of songs about disillusionment, understanding, confusion, leaving home, and growing up. here's hoping you'll relate. please pay (or don't) whatever amount (or lack thereof) that you desire to pay for this record--we're just happy you're listening."
sinai vessel: sinaivessel.us
buy the tape here: ozonarecords.storenvy.com/products/5642488-sinai-vessel-profanity-ep-cassette
released January 23, 2014
produced by david wimbish and sinai vessel
recorded / mixed by david wimbish in spring-summer '13
mastered by tw walsh
caleb cordes - guitars / bass / vocals
nathan larson - drums / slammies
david wimbish - brass / harmonies
artwork & typography by maddy young [http://lemaddyart.tumblr.com]
photography by daniel hernandez [http://danielhh.tumblr.com]
all songs penned by cc cordes
"there exists an endless list of people who we desire to thank at this milestone in the history of the strange anomaly that this "band" is--including but not limited to the countless human beings that have cared enough to set up / come out to / support shows for us, feed us, house us, buy merch, say kind things, make lasting friends with us, take us on tour, or be patient enough to endure the seemingly infinite wait for this thing to come out. spelling out each of your names here would be an impossible task, but know that this record (and this "band" in general) is completely for you. do with this what you will; we couldn't be more thankful that you would choose to listen in. we love you.
in some way or another, however, this record itself would absolutely not be in existence without the following individuals: david wimbish, nathan larson, clark medlin, ryan ward, kenny vanderberg, josiah smith, luke gregson, danny hernandez, josh herron, edd kerr, maddy young, and chris & kris cordes. all of these persons contributed in a substantial way to the making of profanity, and whatever sinai vessel is today wouldn't be possible without them. we cherish your presence in our lives dearly."
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