Shortly after the release of We Are Our Own Saviors, writing began on a new album. That album was meant to be titled Demonology, but that was the only thing about it that remained constant. Over the course of the next five years, dozens of songs were written and recorded (some as quick demos, others with some basic instrumentation), but the album never really coalesced. The twenty songs included on The Lost Grimoire cover this entire five year period. They are presented as they were abandoned: warts and all, a snapshot of the Demonology sessions.
Thirteen new songs about birds, inspired by birds, or very loosely connected to birds. These are songs of joy and songs of despair, songs of defiance and songs of surrender.
The first full album from Headless Relatives. These twelve songs present stories about redemption and it's failure, featuring Egyptian gods set adrift, a car accident that leads to a moment of primal transcendence, and the transforming power of counting.
A small collection of demos for We Are Our Own Saviors and some other songs from around the same time period.