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God Rest Ye Madmen

by Immelmann

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Sunn OwO))) This thing is dark, industrial, ambient, so different than the doom metal/drone you usually come across. I love it! Favorite track: Inferno/Permafrost.
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(The first angel blew his trumpet, and there followed hail and fire, mixed with blood, and these were thrown upon the earth. And a third of the earth was burned up, and a third of the trees were burned up, and all green grass was burned up.)
The cage that locks us in is slowly growing tighter and the rising water grows colder with hints of coming winter. Will we drown in here? Will the ice consume us all? Or, if we survive, will the summer sun boil us alive? REJOICE, REJOICE In the search for paradise you've made a Sodom out of Eden. The sky is caving in from the pressure of your treason. A year in Hell has proved that the plan was long in motion to reduce the world to ash as a sign of your devotion. We are brainwashed; we are sleeping at the wheel. The needle "Ex Cathedra" pricks where we're too numb to feel. We are trapped in permafrost while you rip the heaven's veil. Frozen while the Earth is scoured by fire, blood, and hail. REJOICE, REJOICE Trapped, beaten, strangled, and you ask why we suffer? You set the world on fire and tell us what we should have done. All of us are poisoned now and we drown in our mother's blood; we'll find the antidote when we drag you through the mud. We have slept walk past the point of no return. Some of us will starve to death, the rest of us will burn. The end of all things - when seven trumpets sound, no savior will arrive: mankind frozen underground. REJOICE, REJOICE REJOICE, REJOICE


A short requiem for 2020 with roots in a pair of classic Christmas songs.


released December 22, 2020

Songs performed and arranged by Immelmann.
Vocaloids provided by Kazumi




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