"Be Without Fear" as written by and Adam Darski....
Background lead: Nergal

behold the throne ov burning gold
And all the evil that it shelters
Yet I be monarch myself
Offering more than others give

materialize the ashes ov Elysium burned
Not even angels dare to bid farewell
Annihilate this Eden now
Blasphemy gives birth to divine

feed my flame!
Leviathan
Rape these wounds!
Asmodeus
Raise me high!
Belial
Through Thy rage my will manifests

lead: Seth
Lead: Nergal

I truly am my own redeemer
Blindly I follow none but myself
Without fear I am
Unhallowed be my name

myself am hell and hell I shall unleash
I laugh at Thee to scorn
Mock Thy majesty
Pour forth my chalice ov victory

hear my call!
Leviathan
Bless my path!
Amodeus
Lift me up!
Belial
Through Thy wrath my will manifests

lead: Nergal
Lead: Seth

feed my flame!
Leviathan
Rape these wounds!
Asmodeus
Raise me high!
Belial
Through Thy rage my will manifests
Hear my call!
Leviathan
Bless my path!
Amodeus
Lift me up!
Belial
Through Thy wrath my will manifests

"To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom
Bertrand Russell



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"Be Without Fear" as written by Adam Darski

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    General Commentthis talks about a man with all evil under his command. however, he knows that god will punish him if he uses his power. instead of playing safe, he releases his wrath upon the world, destroying everything in his path, the great beasts of legend protecting him and fighting with him. he has no fear of what will happen to him and how god will punish him
    XxHARISalSEMAxXon January 20, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThe songs about a magician (i.e Crowley not Blaine) who's seeking power from the three demons (Leviathan, Asmodeus and Belial) to defeat god.
    xdiableon August 27, 2012   Link

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