Broken teath, a shattered jaw
Ten to one, behold my God
Wicked sons of heaven's loss
Raise your own inverted cross
King's of earth, iron fist
Serve the sacred you dismissed
Stand before your final day
Choke on every line you pray

Raise your glass to death
Not one second left

Wake the lifeless, die to fight this
Stand beside me. Storm the Gates of Hell
Wake the lifeless, die to fight this
Stand beside me. Storm the Gates of Hell.
Storm the Gates of Hell.

Coward's heart, a serpent's tongue
Stand to face what you've outrun
Fear of death, fear of pain
Bound to all you took in vain
No more lies, no regrets
Sever ties and hollow debts
Open eyes, live to learn
Or watch your blessed temple burn

Raise you glass to death
Not one second left

Wake the lifeless, die to fight this
Stand beside me. Storm the Gates of Hell
Wake the lifeless, die to fight this
Stand beside me. Storm the Gates of Hell.
Storm the Gates of Hell.

Hell Hath No Fury At All.



Lyrics submitted by christianmetal86

"Storm the Gates of Hell" as written by Ryan Clark Don Clark

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    General Comment:"The lyrics for this song came to me when I was reading the Psalms. It talked about the “kings of the earth” and worldly rulers. My intention is to warn these people, in our day and age, to beware of the almighty power of God. It also acts as a call for everyone who listens, to lay down their worldly cares, take up their swords, and fight with us against the evil and Godless powers of this world. To “storm the gates of Hell,” means to boldly stand in the face of adversity, and strike back against Satan’s deceitful ways." - Demon Hunter

    Arise, O Lord! Deliver me, O my God! Strike all my enemies on the jaw; break the teeth of the wicked. -Psalms 3:7

    stolen from jesusfreakhideout.com

    that site is pretty bomb!
    Desperon December 12, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment:No comment yet?? man. to me, this song is about christians standin up to destroy the evil that is hell. awesome song from the new album. I cant wait 2 get it!!!
    christianmetal86on October 11, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment:Hahah that's hilarious. It's metal with a good message!! *thumbs up and gay expression*
    [EmpireOfDirt]on October 11, 2007   Link
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    General Comment:Woo! Fantastic song!
    maxmouse2008on October 14, 2007   Link
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    General Comment:Freaking awesome... "Hell Hath No Fury At All"
    mitsukai_zeroon November 05, 2007   Link
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    General Comment:Freaking awesome... "Hell Hath No Fury At All"
    mitsukai_zeroon November 05, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Comment:This song is incredible i can't listen to it enough.
    The album is awesome, I little bit softer than there old stuff though.
    The_Mobiuson November 12, 2007   Link
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    General Comment:aw man great song and great message. that little saying "hell hath no fury than a woman scorned" or something. but dh is saying "naw. hell hath no fury AT ALL." RAWK ON!
    headbangforjesuson November 21, 2007   Link
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    General Comment:its about the tribulation, right?
    "Wake the lifeless, die to fight this
    Stand beside me. Storm the Gates of Hell"
    it talks about the dead Christians coming to life again--"wake the lifeless" and the final attack on hell, right?
    darkcelldxon November 26, 2007   Link
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    General Comment:I think the meaning is rather obvious: fighting Satan and worshipers of him.

    Wicked sons of heaven's loss
    Raise your own inverted cross

    Definitely not just talking about the sinner, but WORSHIPERS of Satan.

    Wake the lifeless, die to fight this
    Stand beside me. Storm the Gates of Hell

    And that would obviously be about fighting.

    No more lies, no regrets
    Sever ties and hollow debts
    Open eyes, live to learn
    Or watch your blessed temple burn

    I'm almost positive this part is talking to Christians. "Sever ties..." with worldly things perhaps? And "Open eyes" through "temple burn" seem to be telling Christians to wake up and fight the evil of Hell.


    On another note...sick song. Great way to open the album, and has DH's trademark amazing lyrics. Probably my favorite lyrics from the album besides those on "Sixteen". Well, it's a tough decision, there all so awesome!
    KillerL1amaon November 29, 2007   Link

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