the bearer of burden returns with inability to cope with separation anxiety.
it remains to torture me until I breathe and don't scream.
it stays to chip away at me until i sleep and don't dream.
roots from my feet sprung like barbed wire and serpent's tongue, rendering me still: a quadripilegic in an iron lung.
on my back with scavengers above.
the scent of carrion: rotting love.
master your fear.


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    General CommentHeard this on scuzz a while back, it's a grower.
    -IheartBeanieBoy-on February 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is one of the angriest songs i have heard in a long while and it's about fuckin time. To me the song is about how the music ( hardcore scene) is becomeing and getting to the point where it was originally. Hardcore was about " fuck you i want to fuckin kick ass and have this voice. You'll hear it wether you like it or not. Fuck you." Bands like Avenged sevenfold and eighteen visons ( thought they are good bands). Left the hardcore scene and are the heavy bands with make up. They can do what they want and thats fine. But MPB is saying the radio stations and some bands are messign up the scene and hardcore as a whole and they hate it. MASTER YOUR FEAR!!!!!!
    xxxwarrioron May 17, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti think its about being rock bottom and fighting your way to the top.
    "on my back with scavengers above" && "master your fear"
    sam__recklessson September 21, 2006   Link
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    General CommentRob Fusco is awesome and I will One King Down was still together.
    DiecastZ28on February 05, 2007   Link
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    General Commentxxxwarrior. . .you sure you're not talking about the song "aimed carefully, fired relentlessly"?
    kijimaon November 29, 2008   Link

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