Condemnation, the air lies thick with sin and dust,
High on conceit, from the frantic worship of the Carnal and the
And judgement came on sturdy wings, cheers of pestilence,
Dancing disease, through the Belly of Damnation.
And the rhythm
of war, shall enchant us all,
And battalions of plague, to guard every gate.
Dazzling Jacinth, brimstone and flame,
unleashed, unstaunched, unchained,
This ban of destruction, these four winds of clean,
Through the belly of damnation, to the
diaphragm of man,
All flesh wareth old as a barment:
For the Covenant from the beginning is,
THOU SHALT DIE THE
Honest like a mothers love, a spear of famine,
A wingless dove, raging teeth and the fang of death,
To carve out a
fourth from the curse that is man.
Come and see, come and repent, come and see,
A brand new justice, through the Belly of
To the Abode of the Unwashed.
Clawed wing and famine divine, to leave no man behind,
And battalions of plagues to
guard every gate,
But of he our own flesh that shall mark the fall.