Struck by the morning light, woke up the dead inside, put on your only mask, empty and high.
Face of an honest man, make up on dirty hands, making a lot of cents, dollars and dimes.
Sorry you're all mislead, look how you made your beds, pay for your own mistakes and also for mine.
You got the highest fall, will never hit the floor and you are innocent between the lines.
Gave up your only heart to be the only one preaching the lie.
If you try to escape my ride, i will find you anywhere
Raise it all and burn it down. Praise the truth of this illusion.
Greasing the machinery with all your medals, all your filling needs.
Obey, i will save you.
Erase it all and turn it around. Penetrate the underground with lights.
Cutting apples with an axe, burning messages to fast, buying slivers of the moon.
Give a star to someone new, competitions for who? Another way to fill your cup.
Wear his face, walk her bones ,there are thoughts that you don't own.
For the more you fake the more you gain.
For every moment you abide, you're as random as a dice. Like a number in a pile.
For each atom is a live, nothing ever will collide, see we're already connected.
Thrones in all the empires are gone
From here to where the road ends
Do you feel, you gave up again
Every start begins with an end
I will be your saviour, your friend
Thrones in all the empires are gone for good aswell as, chains that kept your silence.
Enough of this asylum.
supported by 30 fans who also own “Invisible Thrones”
A unique conglomeration of progressive djent that just slightly edges towards alternative and dare I say pop. Remarkably catchy front to back VOLA’s sound is a breath of fresh air. Even my friends who don’t like metal like these guys. 9/10 RJ
supported by 29 fans who also own “Invisible Thrones”
I never cared about symphonic metal at all. I do very much care about folk as well as progressive metal, and so I couldn't resist after reading the third exceptional AMG review for Wilderun in a row. 'Sleep...' has been on my radar for quite some time, being graced by one of the most beckoning cover arts I have ever seen. The band more than lives up to its reputation, composing great musical pieces from start to finish. I absolutely love the multitude of influences being put together here. David Fischer
supported by 28 fans who also own “Invisible Thrones”
The songs are masterfully composed and flow together beautifully, and the orchestration is exactly how I want metal orchestration to sound: full, playable by a real orchestra, and just as important to the music as the vocals, drums, guitar, and bass are. tonycordeshimself