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Dimmu Borgir Eradication Instincts Defined Lyrics

Last updated: 09/04/2009 11:00:00 AM

As mortal manufactured waste
And part of the commonly infected (infected)
You prevent the ones worthy the gift of life
To surface on once a prosperous soil

As superficially bewildered whores
And succumbing to fictional truth
You are taught to preserve and profit
The life institutional lie

You worthless piece of shit
May we all depart from this world
And dissolve into nothingness
Compassion will not be granted
When life's value
Is point below zero

Human depravity is at our disposal
As the perfect tool to destroy mankind
The worst kind of them all
Modern times' ignorance, the world disease
Appeal to death of every man

A living hate smoldering abyss
Nurtured through centuries with quietly exercised wrath
Seeks the easiest way to the feed the engine
Praising the final bloodbath

Uncertainty and guilt
Will no longer endorse our fate
There will be no remorse, we kill to kill again
Killing all

Go ahead end it all, we deserve no better
As a forever unblessed detonation
The great plutonium chord fulminates
Blinding the eyes of creation

Cutting off all life support
Sweeping away existence instantly
Iced desolate ruins linger
Leaving traces of our lovely humanity

[repeat 1st and 6th verse]

Thanks to Db Tyler for submitting Eradication Instincts Defined Lyrics.

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an analysis | Reviewer: Anonymous | 9/4/09

As is usual for Dimmu Borgir, the bad guy in this son is organized religion, or more specifically, religious war/persecution. The general theme here is that in one of the long running conflics(christians vs muslims in the middle east, muslims vs hindu's along the india/pakistan border etc.) one of the factions snaps and starts a nuclear war. No specific religion is mentioned and it's also very low of christian imagery for once so to avoid future flamewars, assume that this is about the aztec persecution of the tolteks.

its really mint | Reviewer: The Lord Of Evil Adolescent Teenagers | 9/12/05

This song combines evil darkness and pure black metal
10 out of 10 for this :)