Sanhedrin - Sole Ferementing

from by Sanhedrin/Maranatha



This song is about regret and guilt. It is about the way I have mistreated women and the impact it has had on my life and the lives of those I have been ill towards. If you hadn't figured it out by now, the Pan-African thought is something I hold close to my heart. The sample used in this song specifically mentions "the black woman" as the "most valuable resource". I found this fitting in regards to the theme of this song and my passions. I am not a black man and I hope it doesn't cause any confusion. What I am really trying to get across is the idea of how we treat all woman and how it is reflected in our society. It is something I have personally struggled with. These are our mothers, sisters, and our daughters. Love them as Christ loved the church.

Galatians 2:20
I have been crucified with Christ and I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I now live in the body, I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave himself for me.


These lines in my eyes were drawn on my own.
I've abused, misused, and grown old with time.
Taken refuge in the arms of ill remedy.
I have conquered myself by a spun etiquette.

God blesses despite ourselves.
My head is in your hands.

Child bearing. Risks taken.
Mother, how clear can it be?
It cuts like glass, but feels so much better.
This is my ill remedy.

God blesses despite ourselves.
My head is in your heads.

I am in awe of myself. Nothing, but the consequence.
These women struggle as I do. Knit together as social fabric.
Who am I? Taken. Break the body. Mold me into new form.


from Split, track released September 18, 2012
©2012 Sanhedrin/s.cosand. All Rights Reserved.
Recorded and mastered by k.siler in July/August of 2012.



all rights reserved


Maranatha/Sanhedrin Columbus, Ohio

Finding common ground in vision, passion for truth, do-it-yourself ethics, and raw, sludgy hardcore, Sanhedrin and Maranatha are ready to pummel your ears with the heaviest split you’ll hear this year.

contact / help

Contact Maranatha/Sanhedrin

Streaming and
Download help