"Control" as written by and John Kempainen Brian Eschbach....
My struggle for complete control
Has transcended the boundaries of what man has known
I’d die sooner than be alone
Welcome to my nightmare feel free to make yourself at home
A world of prurience salaciously I experiment
Driven by fear of abandonment to lobotomize a dead stare in their eyes

No return from 213
Within these walls
I own your soul
Surrender now
Succumb to me

Suspended in vegetative throes
Animated fuckdolls warm bodies with holes
All pleasures of flesh I now own
Their past is forgotten eroded from the frontal lobe
Kingdom of arrogance hideously I am collecting them one by one

No return from 213
Within these walls
I own your soul
Surrender now
Zombie to be

My struggle for complete control
Has transcended the boundaries of what man has known
I’d die sooner than be alone
Welcome to my nightmare

No return from 213
Within these walls
I own your soul
Surrender now
Succumb to me


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"Control" as written by John Kempainen Brian Eschbach

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    General CommentThis is an actual quote from Trevor to Decibel Magazine, where he explained each on the tracks on Everblack.

    “Control” is a concise, catchy number by the amazingly talented Ryan Knight. Ryan has the tendency to write our most melodic songs of recent years, and this one is no exception. My goal here was to take the listener to one Jeffery Dahmer’s apartment… Room 213, to be exact, where he would attempt to zombify living victims in order to keep them as his brain-dead sexual companions. The motivation for his murders was that of control; he feared being abandoned so greatly that he would kill to maintain his company. He drilled into their skulls and poured various chemical concoctions in to dissolve portions of the brain with varying degrees of success. Jeffery Dahmer, this bud’s for you!
    theomega76on May 02, 2014   Link

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