The day The Equinox arrived our pilgrimage began: 1200 miles, a cruise missile to our unholy land. We were fucking stoked unlike we’d been since we were pimpled, pubeless teens. From every corner of the world our fellow maniacs arrived to prove the meaning of the tunes had not been lost through time’s antiquity, but had survived to leave this monumental sign. They say you can’t relive the past, but as the lights went down it all came rushing back: half a life away, the night, for the first time in a lonely life, a young soul took flight. They stormed the stage a thrashing rage, we all screamed, “Terminate!!!” A half-head in a whale shirt went and breathed it in face. I didn’t care. It could not impair this rhapsodic, transcendental state. When the music died, two ends of time had been neatly tied. Descending lights had scorched the plains. Returning kings back to reclaim lost disciples that remained to tend the flames. We stormed into streets a pack of raging troglodytes! We waited for our bus then rode it hard into the night! Far beneath the cold, robotic sweep of the radar operator’s pale green glow. 20,000 leagues below.To the place where all the best bands go.

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    General CommentThis song is about them traveling to Toronto to see Sacrifice play a reunion show. They played the "Day Of The Equinox II" in the summer of 2008. A believe Half head in a whale shirt could refer to Jord
    BCornon March 11, 2009   Link
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    General Commentha, the lyrics here are sorta like a manowar song. Lots of big epic metal hyperbole, but also self aware that its doing it, without a trace of shitty hipster irony.

    "20,000 leagues below, the place where all the best bands go"
    MLarghion February 20, 2009   Link

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