Out from the darkness my future is here
A frigid cold grips my veins
Foretold through ages beckoning fear
My nightmares finally here

Time has now come look to the sun
A grand failure
The sky crumbles heaven follows
The end is here

Out from the endless hell frozen forest
I hear the ear piercing screams
Grey empty skies fill with black cancer
The beasts are coming for me

As I stand paralyzed consumed frozen by my fear
Sun falls reignite the end
The end

Now that it's over done with and gone
I reach cursing the sun
Blood thirsty warlords take to the sky
Icy plains graves here I die

As the pain rises up again
I question even being human
Absurd evil seared into mine eyes
Its here I forever die

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    General CommentTo me, the lyrics are about the very beginning of the afterlife. Then someone who just went through a sad and horrible life is now looking at heaven yet that person is denied entry and has hell's demons sicked on them they curse whoever didn't open the gates of heaven for them. Definetly a dark yet awesome song and it's plain to see you ever wrote this is pissed at god and the human race.
    tjhardrockeron August 22, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHmm. Makes me think of the Apocalypse. Particularly the 'Foretold through ages' part.
    This is an incredible song, one of my favourites.
    PureSophiston October 21, 2006   Link
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    General Commenttjhardrocker, I don't feel the song shows anger towards God and the human race.

    It just seems to be a fantasy song of some sort.
    Sounds more like being attacked by the Nazgul in lord of the rings (if they kill you with a special blade they can choose to make you one of them, but under their command). That would explain the last stanza/paragraph.

    But for some reason it sounds like warcraft, when that prince becomes evil... I dunno... lol.
    EvilWraithon July 17, 2007   Link

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