Light came through a crack in the wall
That red sun slowly rose
At the break of dawn they came, for us
For a while we were safe and sound
Came like theives and robbed our town
Of all the life, of everything we knew
Living versus the dead

Pray to your god
Hell is on it's way home
? (Swirling?) like a rancid fog in the world that we knew
Was raining blood.

Here we are (Here we are)
We knew the day would come
Those who slay together, stay together (In the end)

Crimson irises, the army of the infected
They smelled our scent, sensed our fear
They knew where we were!

They understood the light (?)
?? Crimson red with blood (?)
They came through the door like a flood (like a flood)

A force too strong to handle
We were trapped like a candle surrounded by demons that don't want the light
They darkened our armor, ? (The demons?) see through the night

Come through hell or high water
Though never leave one another alone
This plague has taken control, of us

Come through hell or high water
???
???

Light came through a crack in the wall
That red sun slowly fell down
And we devoured all that we could, oh yes we did
we can nurse ourselves in all the blood, biting each and every one
The army of the infected

WE ARE THE INFECTED

Here we are (Here we are)
We knew this day would come
Those who slay together, stay together (In the end)

Here we are (Here we are)
We knew this day would come
Those who slay together, stay together (In the end)


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    General Commentthe song title is "those who SLAY together, stay together"
    sieb777on August 29, 2010   Link
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    General Commentwhat i think this song means is like its vampiers not zombies idk it might be zombies but just think of the lyrics when i exsplane this. its like a bunch of vampiers came into a small town and started taking people and a group of friends (vampier slayers) went after them but when they finaly caught up with them they were over run and infected themselfs and then its talking about how they still stayed together after they were infected because those who slay together stay together in the end :)
    zerga12on September 14, 2011   Link
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    General Commentthis song is fucking sick. love the new album. one of the few songs about a zombie infestation ive heard, maybe the only one at that. love the new chiodos!
    ibanez77on October 03, 2010   Link
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    General CommentHere are all the correct lyrics I got from the CD booklet.

    Light came through a crack in the wall
    That red sun slowly rose
    At the break of dawn they came, for us
    For a while we were safe and sound
    Came like theives and robbed our town
    Of all the life, of everything we knew
    The living versus the dead

    Pray to your god
    Hell is on it's way home
    Hell was rolling in like a rancid fog,and the world that we knew
    Was raining blood.

    Here we are (Here we are)
    We knew the day would come
    Those who slay together, stay together (In the end)

    Crimson irises, the army of the infected
    They smelled our scent, sensed our fear
    They knew where we were!

    The artist of the night
    They're painting the town red with blood
    They came through the door like a flood (like a flood)

    A force too strong to handle
    We were trapped like a candle surrounded by demons that don't want the light
    They darkened our ability to see through the night.

    Come through hell or high water
    We'll never leave one another alone
    This plague has taken control, of us

    Come through hell or high water
    We die only to be born into a monstrosity

    Light came through a crack in the wall
    That red sun slowly fell down
    And we devoured all that we could, oh yes we did
    we immersed ourselves in all the blood, biting each and every one
    The army of the infected

    WE ARE THE INFECTED

    Here we are (Here we are)
    We knew this day would come
    Those who slay together, stay together (In the end)

    Here we are (Here we are)
    We knew this day would come
    Those who slay together, stay together (In the end)
    BrandonFTWon October 06, 2010   Link
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    General CommentHere's my take. It's about a zombie outbreak, obviously, but the zombie outbreak is a metaphor for Republican propaganda completely ruining Obama's term and erasing the feelings of hope his election initially gave the country. I'm not going to get too deep into it, but just think about all the references to the color red in the song and think about this line:

    We were trapped like a candle surrounded by demons that don't want the light

    we being those advocating for positive change in this country and the demons being Republicans who selfishly want things to stay the same for the sake of their own emotional comfort and don't want to "see the light" and realize their old ways are outdated and driving the United States deeper into depression.

    There's more but you could probably figure the rest of it out on your own.
    gaysagainstfagson November 16, 2010   Link
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    My InterpretationHere is my take on this song. First of all amazing!

    Ok the beginning is obviously about the zombies attacking the city and a group of people get together and try to escape the "army of the infected". With no avail they cannot get away from the zombies chasing them everywhere they go through streets and buildings. In the middle of the song they get cornered or trapped in a building or an in-closed area and they are over-powered by the hoard of zombies. The group tries to fight them off and they each get picked off one by one and no one in the group will give up on one another so they stay together and try to fight them off and eventually losing the battle and becoming apart of the Army.
    FuzzyFurrion January 21, 2011   Link
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    General CommentThis is about Under The Dome by Stephen King!!!
    keely10153on July 25, 2016   Link

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