Sculpting The Throne Of Seth

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  • This is a warlike manifesto. The message: There are no gods but ourselves. There is more land to be conquered. There are more kingdoms to be ruled. >>
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    Elyssa - Goliad, TX

Comments: 3

  • Attila from Dunavarsány, HungaryThe intro is amazing, and so is the whole song. Nergal is a smart man, I think he should do some research on the origins of man (Including the theories about Sirius and the likes), they already have some awesome lyrics, but it would be great to hear him sing about the other side of the Nephilim, Atlantis, Ata Isis and things like that. Would fit Behemoth's style I think.
  • Bassam from Sydney, AustraliaWell said, Ave Satanas!
  • Brendan from Easton, CtMatt from "hello", would you be quiet? If you hate it that much, don't bother. That being said, this message rings quite true. As an agnostic, I quite agree with him, although war right now would be far from the best idea.
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