Your plastic souls melt with cauldron's burning black
Chanting to the Ancient Ones, chants of broken lines
Kneel before the altar, sacrifice is made
It is pleasing to the ones most ancient of the days

They call the prince of disease, messenger of the Absu
Carry through the icy winds our curse upon their church

Hanging helpless above the pentagram
Sacrifice swings within leather noose
Sing the ancient hymn that makes the Absu roll
Raise the rusty knife, let loose the blood of Kingu

Sudden death throws off the balance that's within the sky
Priest calls forth infernal names to the ones
beyond the gate

Angel of disease one who shuns the light
Shub Niggurath goat with one thousand young

Praise the beast, the chanting grew
Praise the beast with virgin blood
Praise the beast with soul and mind
Praise the beast and show the sign

Bind their kings in iron chains
Execute the judgement for them
Come and taste the fleshy pleasures
Orgies of endless time

Lyrics submitted by Psychedeliasmith

Angel of Disease song meanings
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    General CommentCool song.
    I think its about the antichrist, which is kinda unoriginal, but some great riffs anyway
    Ddaduttaon June 04, 2006   Link
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    General CommentKorn totally ripped off one of the riffs from this song in their song "Ball Tongue"!
    Ddaduttaon June 20, 2006   Link
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    General CommentIt's deffently not about the anti-christ. this probely describing something in sumerian mythology, some evil ritual summoning of a demon.
    Lärs-dupeon December 17, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIts about The Ancient Ones, the gods of old.
    '...Let loose the blood of Kingu' is about an ancient god named Kingu, whose blood created the human race.
    Its about the ancient gods taking over again from todays God and people with plastic souls (Christian Sheep) being sacrificed I think
    Coreythecheeseon April 20, 2008   Link

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