Silenced

Album: The End Of All Things To Come (2002)

Songfacts®:

  • This song deals with Mudvayne's frustration when they can't deliver their message because their work is restricted, but states that they are determined to perform it regardless: "Sticker this, censor this, ban this. We've got something to say! Police this, condemn this, damn this! We'll be heard anyway!" >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Stephen - salisbury, NC

Comments: 1

  • Avery from Bucksport, MeThis song is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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