Trapped inside a broken world
Condemned, fallen
Now you are home
A drought ridden spirit

Useless fear is sought again
For the next self-induced fall
Dreams discarded

Spiraling into depression
Spiraling into depression

Still you cannot bear all this pain
Still you cannot bear to drift away
Darkness still rips silently within
Still you cannot bear all the shame

Alone in your circle of despair
Your dreams are discarded
Clinging to a sterile existence
Self-pity and lingering grief
Depleted and beaten

Nailed to insecurities
Life's forfeit and no longer your own
The day becomes night

Still you cannot bear all this pain
Still you cannot bear to drift away
Darkness still rips silently within
Still you cannot bear all the shame

Blinded by death are the living undone


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    General Commentthis song/album is fantastic. great guitar/drum work almost past the level of mastodon. inventive, inviting, exciting - for any fan of metal with a groove.
    OneJugOfWineon December 24, 2004   Link
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    General Commenti completely agree dude. this album is motherfucking fantastic. kinda reminds me of like.. a new/more modern Iron Maiden. absolutely amazing guitars. extremely catchy. a little heavier and more modern than maiden. plus you can understand most of the vocals. this whole album blew me away
    metalhead fcon January 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentYeah. They're a local band for me. It was pretty sweet to seea couple of their shows. The lead singer acually sings at that high a pitch as you here in the cd. Unbelieveable! Between the Bassist, Singer and Guitarist the creatively switch off the screaming. It's pretty sweet when you listen for it.
    Ragadankedon March 16, 2005   Link

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