"Inflikted" as written by and Massimiliano A/cavalera Cavalera....
Born from dust
In the gutters of this earth
Maggots and leppers
Is this hell or is this heaven?
The cursed, the damned
Spreading hate across the land
No more pretending
Destroy your seeds of envy

Unleash the wicked
This hate is self-inflikted
Deliver this torment
Upon your final judgment
Follow the storm
In the land of no return
It's you, the scum
We'll kill until it's done

[Chorus: x4]
Inflikted
Show no mercy
Muthafuckin' wicked

Falling and burning
Execution now is coming
Corruption is the sign
And destruction of your lies

[Chorus: x4]

[x2]
Nobody moves, nobody gets hurt
Nobody moves, nobody gets hurt

Inflikted, inflikted


Lyrics submitted by Kira-chan

"Inflikted" as written by Marc Justin Rizzo Igor G. Cavalera

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.

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    General CommentWhat an awesome song, the opened with it at Donnington(download fest) last weekend, such a powerful track!
    Cavalera Conspiracy are the type of metal band ive been looking for for a while now, the mix of brutal vocals and riffage with some awesome licks and medlodic intervals, make them a top noth band in my opinion. was never really into sep, as i thought there was always summin missing, and now they have found it! CC FTW

    anyway the song....
    It could be inturpreted in many different ways, religious or biblical, self hatred, A revolution from the weak, an uprising of some form, i dont know, but i like the idea of the last two!
    if any one has the intentional falacy, id like to hear it!
    apoc2005on June 20, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti heard that at live shows they play a lot of old skool sepultura...awesome
    benja69on June 24, 2008   Link

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