Far to the East, an army of evil is rising
(Deathknights of Crail)
Under the spell of sorcerer's twisted design
(To darkness we hail)
With their blades of black fire they enslave the land
Obeying their master's will
The force of their terror no mortal can stand
(Knights of evil, kill)

Long ago in the distant future
They were a force for the light
But now in the ancient times
They slaughter peasants by night

We are the Masters of the Galaxy
We're the Lords of Space Dundee
The destroyers of reality
On a quest for all eternity
We're the Masters of the Galaxy
We're the Lords of Space Dundee
The destroyers of reality
Knights of Evil, arise

Leading the charge is the mightiest scion of evil
(Mighty indeed)
Proletius his name, grandmaster of death and decay
(Worship or bleed)
In another dimension he fought for the king
And the glory of all Dundee
Now corrupted by darkness he kills everything
(Mwah ha ha ha)

Stabbed through the heart with the Knife of Evil
It infected his brain
Anti-telharsic power now flowing through his veins

We are the Masters of the Galaxy
We're the Lords of Space Dundee
The destroyers of reality
On a quest that's never ending
We are the Masters of the Galaxy
We're the Lords of Space Dundee
The destroyers of reality
Knights of Evil, arise

Grand Master Proletius
Dispatch your Knights of Evil
To slaughter more peasants in Auchtermuchty
(As you command, Lord Zargothrax)
(Deathknights of Crail to battle)

We are the Masters of the Galaxy
We're the Lords of Space Dundee
The destroyers of reality
On a quest for all eternity
We're the Masters of the Galaxy
We're the Lords of Space Dundee
The destroyers of reality
Knights of Evil, arise
Arise
Arise
Arise


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