Versuri A Hill To Die Upon - Twin Heads Of Vengeance
["The time for war has not yet come, but it will come, and that soon; and when it does come, my advice is to draw the sword and throw away the scabbard." - Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson The double-headed eagle goes back to several thousand years B.C. with the Hittites and remains today in several coat-of-arms, the Albanian flag, and the Teutonic order. This creature is such an amazing enigma that it was our first choice for the album cover and became the perfect symbol for this song of war. It is common usage today, for sure, but we felt this eagle, along with Prometheus, had so much more to reveal.] The Twin Heads: "Two beaks tear at a thousand nation's eyes Wings beat upon the ears of all who dare to fight My light shineth the way Forward through ash and fog and fear It is flaming madness I see... in all whom I command! Set flame to a million empirical states That will not bare my faces I am at peace with the madness of my race Two beaks tear at a thousand nation's eyes Wings beat upon the ears of all who dare to fight.. The Warriors: "Beholdeth what we cannot see God of gods! Law by nature, by will alone Infinite Titanic Immortal Oh! Faceless might Grant us the sight Through the ash and flame The Hymns of chaos rise!" The Poet: "Warring iron gods And madness' undying flame Carmen ex ignis Cantus ex metus"