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Summon The Faithless (Deluxe Edition)

by Lord Dying

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Hank
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Hank Just straightforward beer drinkin' music. And in all honesty, there aren't enough of bands like Lord Dying in metal anymore, who harken back to when the genre was fun and didn't take itself too seriously. Catchy riffage, guttural vocals, and lyrics that don't induce eye-rolling. Favorite track: Summoning The Faithless.
Patrick Goddard
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Patrick Goddard Saw these guys the other night at the Roxy. Great set. Solid riffs and arrangements. Their songs never seemed to linger too long or get boring. Very tight. These guys owned it.
Dirk Bergstrom
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Dirk Bergstrom Pure ass kicking metal. Will leave your ears in a Frightful State. As an added bonus, you can read the lyrics sheet without wincing. Favorite track: Summoning The Faithless.
Morts
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Morts Crunching, crushing, rolling, rumbling! This is heavy as bloody hell! Let's hope Lord Dying will be around for a long time cuz the future of stoner/groove metal will be looking all the better for it! Get this album into your head and let it fester there for the rest of your life - this is a strong contender for metal album of the year so far...! Favorite track: In a Frightful State of Gnawed Dismemberment.
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I saw the heart of the asphalt going over me That’s when I said goodbye to the Earth They tore apart her insides, raised hell from the sky That’s when I lost, the love of my life You’ll find no peace to salvage Only a peaceless savage I saw the heart of the asphalt going over me That’s when I saw the ground looking down They tore apart her insides, raised hell from the sky That’s when I lost the love of my life You’ll find no peace to salvage Only a peaceless savage I saw the heart of the asphalt going over me That’s when I said goodbye to the Earth They tore apart her insides, raised hell from the sky That’s when I lost, the love of my life You’ll find to peace to salvage Only a heartless savage
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We saw life undermined Hell hath all eyes denied Scorn seer still living life Wither, enforce delight We saw life undermined Hell brings down fire tonight He waits till there’s nothing for our eyes And they would say wait Hate! We’ll watch till there’s nothing for our eyes All life is undermined He smiles on his throne most high Demon-form unto nigh Adorned, all life denied He waits till there’s nothing for our eyes And they would say wait Hate! We’ll watch till there’s nothing for our eyes All life is undermined He smiles on his throne most high Demon-form unto nigh Adorned, all life denied
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What would you pay for the price of your life Life, lied, lies What would you pay for the price of your life Life, lied, lies What would you pay for the price of your life Lies, life, lied What would you pay for the price of your life Lies, life, lied We’ll see what you wait for Did you get out of hell? To wait, to think, to find that you sell
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We watch the extinction of man As we gaze towards the future We see unlight drawn in As we glimpse total horror Rise Rise to the future Rise Rise to the horror We see light blistering As it deadens our eyes We wake towards total shame We fall before our rise. Rise Rise to the future Rise Rise to the horror And we rise Towards our demise As it’s done End we’ll see Our destiny As it’s begun We saw the destruction of man As we gaze towards the future We see unlight drawn in As we glimpse total horror Rise Rise to the future Rise Rise, total horror And we rise Towards our demise As it’s done End we’ll see Our destiny As it’s begun We see the extinction of man As we glimpse towards the horror We see unlight drawn in As we gaze the future And we rise Towards our demise As it’s done End we see Our destiny As it’s begun
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Get lost every day Still finding our way Get drunk every night Got nothing to hide To reach any high Almost any height To reach any high Almost any height Call of the night Caught in the crossfire Do what you need On your knees Call of the night Caught in the crossfire Do what you need As long as your on your knees
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Writhe It’s alright with might Ride It’s alright tonight Writhe It’s alright with night Ride Waste all light tonight Wash it away (2x) Burn it away Wash it away Buried alive You’re buried alive Torment me With this mortality Writhe It’s alright with might Ride It’s alright tonight Writhe We saw right with night Ride Waste all light tonight Wash it away (3x) Burn it away Buried alive You’re buried alive Torment me With this mentality Buried alive You’re buried alive Torment me With this mortality Born/Unborn Before
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I’ll see that you wait for All see that you find As long as you paid for it Got nothing to hide I’ll see that you wait for it Yeah As long as you paid for it Nothing to hide Who do you think you’re fooling Lies, fooling Who do you think you’re fooling Lies, ride
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Rejection Frustration Complaint I saw your face as you’re turning away Rejection Frustration Complaint I saw your face as you’re burning away I could not forget it right I could not forget it Fall down Frustrated It’s not the same Fall dead
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Portland, Oregon’s Lord Dying are poised to be the new heavyweight champions of metal. Smashing the riffs of High On Fire into the groove of Kylesa, Lord Dying have delivered one of the most impressive metal debuts in a long, long time. Having already toured and shared the stage with the likes of Down and Red Fang, Lord Dying are a young band that has matured well beyond their years into a fully developed titanic heavy metal band. Lord Dying’s ‘Summon The Faithless’ is not only one of the best debuts of 2013, but one of the straight up best records of the year by any band.

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released July 9, 2013

Relapse Records
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Lord Dying Portland, Oregon

Lord Dying come from Portland, Oregon, a place over abundant with purveyors of the heavy riff. A region where the inhabitants are plagued with nerve and joint damage due to lack of sunlight. In a time where everyone is trying to out-sludge or out-doom each other Lord Dying gives something less than a fuck. Lord Dying are here to pummel and promote simpler things like Cold brew-Hot Shower. ... more

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