"Slayer Of Light" as written by and Jari Tapani/toivonen Maeenpaeae....
I have come to unfold your mind
In my veins runs the poison wild
In the streams of mountains I flow
I have opened the doors for unleashed and endless hate
It will burn like the raging green flames
Inside a man dwell secrets so cold

Through the dreadful storms, across the frozen oceans
I have come from the dark lands with sorrow in my hands
The firewind rages in the sky
And my luminious sword hungers for more
I will leave no one alive
For I am the Slayer of Light

I... I will break your will
I... I will crush your faith
I... I will slay your dreams
I will reclaim the stars and I will tear your precious world apart
I will tear it apart

I will pull everything with me under the surface
And all the screams will fade into my dreams
Fall now! Dying light!
I will burn away the ground beneath your feet
And all will be vanished in the darkness
Dying light! Fall now!
And let the night arrive








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"Slayer of Light" as written by Jukka-pekka Miettinen Jari Tapani Maeenpaeae

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    General CommentThis song heavily reminds me of "The Darkening of Valinor" chapter from The Silmarillion.
    Azhnulon November 10, 2008   Link
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    General CommentYeah, you could draw similarities to Turin Turambar aswell.
    draugenon January 22, 2009   Link
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    General CommentSeems you guys have sort of picked it up. Both of the Tolkien stories you mentioned are heavily influenced by the Kalevala, which, in turn, is Ensiferum's prime influence :)

    There's a section in the Kalevala where Louhi (the villainess) steals the Sun and Moon and hides then away in a cave. She also sends a ravenous bear to go wreak havoc in Kaleava (the good guy's land). I've always taken this song to be about Louhi.

    (more precise detail on the Tolkien angle: Many of the details of Turin's story are directly lifted from Kullervo's story in the Kalevala [the rest of the details are from Siegfried from Norse Mythology] and the Darkening of Valinor shares far to many details with Louhi's stealing the Sun and Moon to be a coincidence)
    elvin_wizardon February 03, 2009   Link

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