Razor hoof coming down
Coming down, coming down
Antlers sharp, sharp to kill
Trampler unseen
Fearless wolf, bring it on
Bring it down, bring it down
Weeks without
Kills for blood

Corpse wolf, now raised

Razor hoof coming down
Coming down, coming down
Antlers sharp, sharp to kill
Trampler unseen
Fearless wolf, bring it on
Bring it down, bring it down
Weeks without
Kills for blood

Corpse wolf, now raised


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Razor Hoof song meanings
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    General Commentthe angriest moose in the world
    insane metal fanon March 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's been weeks since the wolf ate, so he attacks most anything. He comes after the moose, deer, what ever. The herbivore, instead of being the prey, tramples the wolf and raises his corpse in the air (be the raising part metaphorical or not), thus claiming his victory.

    As for some details, the "fearless wolf, bring it on" part could be a standoff between the moose and wolf. Looking at each other, the moose is confident in his ability to end the predator, provoking him.

    The "trampler unseen" is a bit foggy though, could be that the moose came down on the wolf so fast that the wolf hardly had a chance to see him. Also, it could be that the moose was acting unusual for his kind, defying the predator, a behavior the wolf hasn't seen before.


    Like some other HoF songs (such as To Cross The Bridge for example), this one has a strong slave-master theme to it. The slave being defiant to the very end, rather than accepting his fate. Charges you up, doesn't it? :D
    fich0on September 30, 2007   Link

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