Shut out and burned by your lies. Now it is time to make you learn. You'll learn. My heart bleeds no longer for your pathetic views. My heart beats on stronger with my own resolution. Bound down for so goddamn long. I have seen so many follow you. I fell victim to your clouded ways. It is my intention to end your reign. I know so many who would want to see you Burn. I aim war at you. I did not give into your hold. I live again alone. Pass through the sea of ashes kept. My heart bleeds no longer for your love.


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    i must agree, unearth is an incredible band with amazing lyrics, they were the band that actually got me back into "hardcore" music

    jretardon July 05, 2002   Link
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    i mean anyone that likes HardCore has to hear this band it makes you want to KILL!! and ive seen them live too along with other great bands that i just might add for all you people to see what kind of words they shout!!

    sXe xDanx

    xDanxon December 06, 2001   Link
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    unearth is simply the best band out there. they have the crazy metal guitar riffs combined with the perfect hardcore voice. this is by far my favorite band. i cant wait for there new cd to come out. IF YOU HAVE NEVER HEARD UNEARTH GO DOWNLOAD ALL OF THEIR SONGS RIGHT NOW. i garuantee you will like them =D

    UnearthPTWon July 02, 2002   Link
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    UNEARTH IS GOD LIKE!!!!....burn muthafuka BURN!!!

    BuRnTbYtHeSuNon July 06, 2002   Link
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    yes unearth is an amazing band.. i saw them a while back and they were amazing..

    LoveMeansMurderon August 23, 2002   Link
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    the best thing about this band is their breakdowns they do shit you wuold never even think of I love it

    kijimaon September 14, 2002   Link
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    the best thing about this band is their breakdowns they do shit you wuold never even think of I love it

    kijimaon September 14, 2002   Link
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    Indeed. a Nasty song, And a Nasty Band....these guys kick ass

    Sykotic323on September 27, 2002   Link
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    they are the only band that can pull of the multiple breakdowns in one song. mm.

    stopdropandfuckon March 09, 2003   Link
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    unearth are gods, enough said. you dont mosh this band will have you throwing windmills and kicking in no time.....holy fuck is all i have to say when i saw them, my chest felt like it was going to blow up so much energy

    .come.out.swinging.on April 10, 2003   Link

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