scatter the ashes lost demos

scatterTheAshes
Scatter the Ashes was a post hardcoreishh, Joy Divisionishh, Refusedishh band who’s debut album Devout/The Modern Hymn on Epitaph Records was dropped in 2004. They had a atmospheric spacey heavy sound kinda like a gun fight in fog. They we’re working on there sophomore full length when the band broke up with two of the members going on to form the band Mother/Father. The second uncompleted full length was rumored to be called Construct Set and below is the single “from the tops of trees” along with some demo tracks of possible songs. If you haven’t herd of Scatter The Ashes before, go pick up Devout/The Modern Hymn by clicking here.

Scatter The Ashes – From The Tops Of Trees
Scatter The Ashes – Demo 01
Scatter The Ashes – Demo 02
Scatter The Ashes – Demo 03
Scatter The Ashes – Demo 06
Scatter The Ashes – Demo 10
Scatter The Ashes – image of my sister verse vox
Scatter The Ashes – kind thieves
Scatter The Ashes – our bodies
Scatter The Ashes – shoothemoon
Scatter The Ashes – small deaths

9 thoughts on “scatter the ashes lost demos

  1. Onit says:

    They’re not down. Look at the source code and find the mp3 links and download them. They’re just disabled on purpose.

  2. John says:

    Please re-up! I just discovered these and can’t play them. I love this band. Please, please re-post.

  3. Adam says:

    Wow, this is great. It’s not too often you can find unreleased demos from a band as little known as Scatter the Ashes.

  4. Josh says:

    I think we all would really like to have copies of this stuff. If the band doesn’t mind, could you possibly post a link to these for us? Some of this stuff is really killer. Thanks!

  5. daniel says:

    i bought their album at best buy the day it came out, STashes is the embodiment of my taste in music, their has never been no one quite like them!

  6. Eddie says:

    All time fav band!! Loved them ever since they came out. A link to download these would be awesome.

  7. Eddie says:

    Is there anywhere I could download these?? They have always been my favorite band, I’ve had their cd since it came out on epitaph, this stuff is rare!!

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