"Kriegsphilosophie" as written by and Adam Darski....
From long forgotten eons,
At sunrise thou shouldst come.
Desired for so fucking long.
Ascend at my command,
Surmount the sea,
Throw open portals of life;
And scale this endless mountain.
Of grace and of tears,
Oh voice unspoken, mourn unheard,
Abandoned heart so desolate!

Rise!
Bow down before the kingless throne,
When sun is yet to rise.
Consume this putrid sphere!
Forever and beyond.

When heavenly chants mute;
Thy apparition I behold.
Oh Venus, the sweetest of them all,
Let me bathe in thy divinity.
Descend! And Thou hast descended,
Depart not yet!
I crave for warmth of blissful rays,
And fateless eyes encourage me.
The ancient's dreaming.
The wolf's unchained.
Disobedience has such a victorious taste!

Rise!
Bow down before the kingless throne,
When sun is yet to rise.
Consume this putrid sphere!
Forever and beyond.

Solo Nergal

(growls)

Rise!
Bow down before the kingless throne,
When sun is yet to rise.
Consume this putrid sphere!
Forever and beyond.

Forever abandoned among gods,
Since I have been made of flesh,
And yet I challenge Thee!
Canst thou hear my battle cry?



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"Kriegsphilosophie" as written by Adam Darski

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    General Comment"Kriegsphilosophie" is german, and it means "war philosophy".

    To me, this song is about life and facing it's struggles. And additionally, itsseems to talk about the "godly" potential in any human being, according to the text written in the bootleg.

    non serviam my friends. there are no gods beyond those made ov human flesh. there is no more divine potential than a human potential and let this be the mightiest ov all laws!

    ("Non serviam" means "I will not serve". This phrase was spoken by Satan as he refused to serve god.)
    DreamingInTheÆtheron November 07, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis is one of my favorite Behemoth songs. The drumming is insane and i love the eastern-influenced riff.
    Mr_Smackon May 05, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is about a warrior fighting for himself. "bow down before the kingless throne"
    "when heavenly chants mute the apparation did i behold"
    "forever abandoned among the gods"
    putting this with the story of someone, i think it is about a great warrior who was cast down among the gods. they then send him an apparition saying that he will be accepted back into the gods if he travels the the far reaches of the world, conquering for no one but himself. the gods will then grant him knowledge and power as a human
    XxHARISalSEMAxXon January 20, 2009   Link

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