"The Architects" as written by Anders Martin Bjorler, Jonas Fredrik Bjorler, Adrian Erlandsson, Tomas Lindberg and Alf Svensson....
Ornaments in silent darkness,
The image of man now torn from its structure
The smell of need,
The dwarfed soul of man

Attuned only to flesh
Suffering from frustration
Alien to our own spirits
We're naked even in death

The dawn is yet to come
To fill us with knowledge
Pulsating waves of colour,
Bleeding off into the black

A whisper of red screams through the night
Alien to our own spirits
We're naked even in death
The dawn is yet to come

To fill us with knowledge]
The architects and the flesh
We're going down..eehharghhh.. ?
The architects and the flesh

Ornaments in silent darkness,
The image of man now torn from its structure


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"The Architects" as written by Alf Svensson Adrian Erlandsson

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    My InterpretationThe combination of things which make up soul, being and thought is vast and abstract. Although the body is a decorative shell, people have no choice but to align their needs with IT, rather than with the needs and desires of their greater self. Until death we are but flesh, after rebirth we shall be true architects and creators.

    "At the Gates" : At the gates of rebirth, as far as this shell can get. As much as can be conceived by the thought machines of meat and flesh and false structure.
    modiniikon October 09, 2009   Link

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