"The Sinister Awakening" as written by Sven Kopperud, Stian Thoresen and Tom Rune Andersen....
I sense the darkness
The desire overtakes
My devotion endeavors
Habitation changing course

Repentance, oh, not
No shame or remorse
Will I ever authorize
On this treasured path?

I am warm by this fire
And it’s flaming desire
For what I cannot fulfill
My destiny completes

I am warm by this fire
And it’s flaming desire
For what I cannot fulfill
My destiny completes

I believe my truth to be
A much greater thing
Than a manufactured lie
Too great to comprehend

Where I come from
There's no higher authority but me
Being my own God
Is all I was meant to be

Antichristus Spiritualis
Antichristus Spiritualis
Antichristus Spiritualis
Antichristus Spiritualis

Antichristus Spiritualis
Antichristus Spiritualis
Antichristus Spiritualis
Antichristus

I am warm by this fire
And it’s flaming desire
For what I cannot fulfill
My destiny completes in Sorte Diaboli




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"The Sinister Awakening" as written by Sven Kopperud Stian Thoresen

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    General CommentGreat song! Especially the "Antikristus" part. This song sounds like it was written by LaVeyan satanists. Maybe that is the case.
    "I believe my truth to be
    A much greater thing
    Than a manufactured lie
    Too great to comprehend "

    Is probably about that you don't angree with christianity, and that many people don't understand "his" views.

    "Where I come from
    There's no higher authority but me
    Being my own god
    Is all I was meant to be"

    This is absolutely LaVeyan. Being your own God!
    heavy_metalon May 05, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis song has an impressive guitar accompaniment.
    Probably the best song on the album.
    This is about the God in the self, of which there is no other God. At least, that is what it is to me.
    Necronicon April 26, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI agree, this is the most brutal song in In Sorte Diaboli..
    Very dark when it hits the Antichristus part.. The intro is awesome too
    Mark Jameson August 15, 2007   Link

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