Edgecrusher

Album: Obsolete (1998)
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  • Conceived in a hell beyond your depth of perception
    Chaotic case of conquering domination
    Psychopath snaps fired chains of imprisonment
    A bludgeoning force that's undermining the government

    Inflict strain upon the structure
    Collapsing below my pressure
    Inflict strain upon the structure
    Collapsing below my pressure

    Break of the Edgecrusher...

    The purist, non-conformist, jaded subhuman terrorist
    From flesh to steel and blood to blade I fight to exist
    A rival of justice, extreme rush of hatred
    Survival in a twisted world where nothing is sacred

    Inflict strain upon the structure
    Collapsing below my pressure
    Inflict strain upon the structure
    Collapsing below my pressure

    Break of the Edgecrusher... Writer/s: BURTON C. BELL, CHRISTIAN OLDE WOLBERS, DINO A.M. CAZARES, RAYMOND HERRERA
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Luke from Manchester, EnglandIt's spelt EDGECRUSHER
  • Domenic from Antioch, IlIt's about the government and how edges people till the snap. This happens till the people start a revolution and they start killing the pigs.
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