So this man walked up to me and asked me what it's like. Beeing part of this illusion you people call life. I replied in hidden tounge there's more than what you see. We even have a second life in what we call a screen. Days go by like lullabies and we make sure to share, every single moment of everything we feel and see.
Wake up make up your identity for just this day. Will you turn into a suit or will you be the clown. Walk out head first witnessing the copies of yourself. Take one out, just to see, how it splits in two new shells.
Government policies, visual sorcery,
I refuse your noose. Extra price lunacy, latest trend agencies.
Our own age is plagued by
Oversized megalomaniacs enterprises. De-railed, no wait.
Destiny making seeds planted into your dreams.
While the wall gets higher, the lower bends down to pick up the ladders from the ground. While the wall grows wider, the weaker lends a brick to finish his side of, what is tumbling down.
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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
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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