With the loss of Nate so fresh, the boys sought out guidance.
They needed to reflect and heal, so with the help of the desert, its rose, and the moon; Willie, Bobby and Cody set out on a quest to find they're lost friend. . . . And find them they did!
There, under the stars stood our hero gleaming white like Gandalf in The Two Towers. As he had foretold he had come back for a third time around.
As soon as the fog had cleared the instruments appear next to a very ancient recording device of alien origin.
This is that night . . . this is the return . . . this is Re-Resurrection.
"I can't believe he's back, all my prayers have been answered!" -Jessica Camp, High Priestess of the Church of Nate
"The experience and emotions tied to listening to Re-Ressurection are like witnessing the stillborn birth of a child while simultaneously having the opportunity to see her play in the afterlife on Imax. It's an album of sparking paradox. It's cacophonous yet tranquil, experimental yet familiar, foreign yet womb-like, spacious yet visceral, textured yet vaporous, awakening yet dreamlike, infinite yet 58 minutes. It will cleanse your brain of those little crustaceans of worries and inferior albums clinging inside the fold of your gray matter. The harrowing sounds hit from unseen angles and emanate with inhuman genesis. When the headphones peel off, and it occurs that four men (Cody Troglin included) created this, it's clear that Alaskan Firedog must be the greatest band alive, if not the best since you know who. Breathing people made this record! And you can't wait to dive back in and try to prove that wrong over and over." - Jon Stewart ( The Daily Show )
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