Although it's right before me
There are some things you can never see
I know that you, you adore me
But you're killing me so softly
This brutality

Now it's here, beside me
There is a warmth I'm beginning to feel
This bright light blinds and excites moi
I'm being burned by the flame it yields
This brutality
This brutality
This brutality
This brutality

I'm skinned all over
Splitting at the seams like bleeding gums
This folic acid oozes out of me like poison cum

It's finally behind me
There are some wounds that will never heal
It bio-physically comes to haunt me
It leaves a scar I can't conceal
Brutality
This brutality
This brutality
This brutality

I'm skinned all over
Splitting at the seams like bleeding gums
This folic acid oozes out of me like poison cum

Brutality sleeps inside me
There are some things you can never see
I know that you, you adore me
But you're killing me so softly
This brutality

This brutality
This brutality
This brutality
This brutality
This brutality
This brutality
This bru-tal-i-ty
This bru-tal-i-ty
This brutality

Brutality
Bru-tal-i-ty


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    General CommentSeverely underrated track by this talented, short-lived German band back from the mid-90's. Gives off a raw, industrial-esque vibe with oscillating vocals reminiscent of Trent Reznor's, Nine Inch Nails. An infectious guitar rift, dark lyrics, and pulse-pounding piano/keyboard instrumentation in the background, to top it all off.

    A certified hidden gem amongst the Industrial Rock/Metal genre that should be on everyone's playlist. Loved hearing it on the Mortal Kombat Annihilation soundtrack back in 1997 and still do to this day. Overall, a brutally awesome song!

    10/10
    Pentrazemineon October 06, 2011   Link

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