Bloodshed

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  • Fire, the burning path
    Downstroy the weak minds
    Rising nature's demise
    Enslave system creation

    Everywhere is bloodshed
    Wasteland bloodshed
    Everywhere is bloodshed
    Wasteland bloodshed
    Bloodshed wasteland
    Bloodshed wasteland
    Bloodshed

    Life, ravage skullduggery
    Rage, dethrone the enemy
    Die treacherous leprosy
    Scorn the self inflict

    Everywhere is bloodshed
    Wasteland bloodshed
    Everywhere is bloodshed
    Wasteland bloodshed
    Bloodshed wasteland
    Bloodshed wasteland
    Bloodshed

    This is my redemption
    Strangling superstitions
    This is my conception
    Condemned for eternity

    Blood of the lamb touching the empty void
    Slowly eats my soul
    Drag down the black hole

    Join the cult of dark hope
    Swarm of deadly locusts
    Beware of the prophecy
    Rulers of realityWriter/s: MASSIMILIANO ANTONIO CAVALERA
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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