Yeah Thick lava Yeah Lava Scent of substance far from decent Eyes learning to resent Mind being the obstruction Within fatal reconstruction Chasing pain to negative space Scorching saffron to face So I have been waiting And shifting the subsoil Of my subconsciousness I‘ve been waiting To burn the furthest turmoil Waiting for lava and jaws to undress Jaws Jaws to undress Jaws to undress Throughout its massive vent Through the nostrils On my way down from the peek Kissing sulphate on the cheek Yeah! Yeah! Yeah! Thick lava in my mouth Tasting the esophagus Melting it all the way down Taste buds they are Slowly drowning now In thick lava Essential erasure To allow More and more Erasure to allow So I've been waiting To burn the furthest turmoil Waiting for holy lava Nothing less
Drain the color from this cold Oppressive embrace With force fierce enough To fill this endless space With this token of heaviness With these sore lungs This weird steadiness Is just a distant reminder Of rusted happiness Yeah! Rusted Trusted We talk, we touch An imprint in my viability We talk, we touch An ammunition to vulnerability There’s no No sink or swim There’s no sink or swim Hardly could I further go Distance that is absolute Hardly could I ever know This distance so absolute Drain the color from this cold Oppressive embrace With force fierce enough That filled this endless space There’s no There’s no Sink or swim Just never ending drift Across this trench Drift across this trench /x/


TCL is a studio project, came to light on the autumn 2014 turning point, aroused by the hunger for the music that is different from what we’ve got used to in our original bands. The sound of “Corona” is inspired by “atmospherity”, moods, emotions, protracted booming, dense tones and omnipresent grim. Lyrics at its first reading can evoke excessive apocalyptic tinge, tend to have a cathartic dimension and in a nutshell deal with existential aspects, with an emphasis on the lyrical integrity.

The recording took place in November 2014 with the help of Seabeast Production. The name of this two-track EP simply copies the launch year - 2015, "MMXV", nothing more, nothing less.


released March 4, 2015

Igor Krakhmalev
Daniela "Dahlien" Neumanová
Dima Borovkov
Šimon Hajdovský


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The Corona Lantern Prague, Czech Republic

Igor Krakhmalev /Diligence, Demimonde/ - Guitars
Daniela "Dahlien" Neumanová /Diligence, Keep On Rotting/ - Vocals
Dima Borovkov /Ex-Sepsis/ - Bass
Šimon Hajdovský /Sinuhet, Monna, Akline, .../ - drums
Tonda Smrčka /Rise of Surya/ - guitars
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