Colony Of Birchmen

Album: Blood Mountain (2006)


  • This song is about a colony of birchmen living in the woods and their struggles to survive.
  • This song was chosen to be the second single release of the album Blood Mountain (after "The Wolf Is Loose"), mainly because it's the most radio-friendly song on the album (it has the least amount of screaming). >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Tristan - Marstons Mills, MA, for above 2

Comments: 1

  • Jacob from Elderwood , CaThis song is soo hard to understand.
    I cannot tell one line of lyrics. Then again that goes hand in hand with this genre
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