The Void

Album: Reverence (2018)
  • Nothing can save us, nothing between
    Infinite madness and the spiral of humanity
    Nothing controls us, nothing breeds
    The void awakens in the quickening of atrophy

    Answer no master, never the slave
    Carry your dreams down into the grave
    Every heart, like every soul, equal to break

    It's alive, can you feel it taking hold again?
    In your mind, all your demons are rattling chains
    Welcome to a world of pain

    Nothing kills us, nothing seethes
    Extinction riding on the pale horse of destiny
    Nothing hates us, nothing can see
    Through our eyes, it dives into our minds and sows its disease

    Answer no master, never the slave
    Carry your dreams down into the grave
    Every heart, like every soul, equal to break

    It's alive, can you feel it taking hold again?
    In your mind, all your demons are rattling chains
    Welcome to a world of pain

    It's alive, can you feel it taking hold again?
    In your mind, all your demons are rattling chains
    It's alive, can you feel it?
    In your mind, all your demons are rattling chains
    Welcome to a world
    Welcome to a world of pain Writer/s: Winston McCall, Jeff Ling, Luke Kilpatrick, Ben Gordon, Jia O'Connor
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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