"Suffering Bastard" as written by David Randall Blythe, Mark Morton, John Campbell, Chris Adler and Abe Spear....
Shorn of apocryphal pride, the locks falls predicting strife. Cranium
Exposed, denial of aesthetic. Push it a little farther. All of this burnt to
Ashes, all of this torn to rags. I don't know what the fuck have I become?
Synapses snapping mortality decimated. Breakdown whiskey shifts hate into
Overdrive. Realizing it's murder of the self so clean. Hand reaches out

Desecrates impunity. Ripping away foundation's identity replacing with
Shame. Transgression mythologized, indiscretions immortalized. Anger
Inflamed with dry rot, pushing towards severance. What a bloody mess.
Visiting dark sites unknown, grief lands like a ton of bricks. All of this
Burnt to ashes, all of this torn to rags:

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"Suffering Bastard" as written by Chris Adler Abe Spear

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    General CommentKiller song.
    THis song is about the degaradation of society and the wealth of people in general.
    m333333on October 24, 2006   Link
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    General CommentScratch that, it's not right.
    m333333on September 18, 2007   Link
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    General Comment
    Love the riffage and vocal phrasing matches well together.

    The lyrics seem to be about how a depressed person feels. It sounds like a wake up call, it's not as bad as it seems.

    Realising it's murder of self...Transgression mythologized, indiscretions immortalized. ....

    Shows how much a person can talk themselves into thinking it's really bad, all your little mistakes seem bad, but in reality there not.

    "I don't know what the fuck have I become ?"

    Expresses exactly how you feel when your depressed and you don't know how to get out of it, how did I get here ?
    MysteryAvengeron October 27, 2010   Link

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