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Blood Feud

from Return to Damnation by Dethonator

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    "Catchy riffs, beautiful guitar melodies that create a delightfully melancholic atmosphere, and strong vocals...modern heavy metal with a huge chunk of prog and a thrashy edge...you should definitely give 'Return to Damnation' that chance to grow."
    Lords of Metal

    Return to Damnation showcases some of the band's earliest written material; the crucible wherein the band was forged. Dethonator's heaviest and darkest record.

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lyrics

In the city of corruption we are living in fear
In this night mare, born of vengeance, violent death always near

Your future now is only your past
And every death is never the last
Your future now is what we've become
A blood feud pact between father's and sons

Murder for your family, nothing is left
Blood for blood and death for death
Generation homicide ripping their way out
Damned from birth by the curse on the house
An ancient debt of violence will come to claim the stake
A lineage of vengeance, murder, hate
This feud will last forever as man profanes the god
Your laying in your coffin as you sink into the blood
Blood, blood, blood, blood, blood, blood, blood, blood feud

In the city of our fathers new born sons go to war
In the graveyards of our fathers they are sleeping no more

Your future now is only your past
And every death is never the last
Your future now is what we've become
A blood feud pact between father's and sons

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from Return to Damnation, released October 19, 2013
Written by A. Lineker and M. Brock
Solo - T. Lineker

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Dethonator London, UK

Melodic, Proggy, Thrashy, Epic Heavy Metal band based in London, UK.

Est. 2009

Sounds like Rob Halford flying a Spitfire made of Maiden t-shirts to a Metallica concert.

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