The simple reason that the bodies of dead climbers are scattered about Mount Everest is that it's too dangerous and difficult to try to remove them. They remain littered across Everest's treacherous path, a grim warning to others who would aspire to reach its peak.
SNOW AND BODIES:
Drums recorded at The Compound in Richmond, VA by Michael Scott Michael.
Guitar and Bass recorded in Richmond, VA by Alan Simpson.
Keys/sampling recorded by Keith Paul.
Final Mix/Master by Keith Paul.
PROMETHEAN IS BUT NOT LIMITED TO:
Keith Paul - Guitar, composer.
Matt Wild - Drums.
We thank all who supported us, helped along this arduous task, and dedicate this release to Michael Scott Michael. Alan Simpson of the band 'This Time It's War' for his many contributions to this experience. Steve and Bob Schick for their immeasurable support! Greta Brinkman and WRIR 97.3fm RVA for being the first to broadcast our labor over the air waves and for all that they do for the people of Richmond.
The title of this release was inspired by Joe Rogan's stand-up special "Talking Monkeys in Space" in which he describes the conditions of Mount Everest. As it turns out, hikers that die are put to use as trail markers.