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No mourns, no rituals to rest their souls...


My dear father sleep and rest upon this land you loved
The green fields that turned grey
Hands covered your face scarred like chiseled soil and a prayer
Red tears're streaming down your cheeks
Those medals you have earned in years
Loose your shackles once and for all
I’ll leave a flower upon your grave
As I stare the sight of yours the earth you marked upon your ground
With calloused hands you built this place
Leave behind these griefs and woes
This withered place is not our home

With every ounce of blood you offer
I hold your corpse with trembled hands
I promise this upon this sun,
which turned from yellow and white to black
I give this oath to you my one

I always knew, I won't forget you.


from Part One: The Plain In Me, released August 15, 2016
Last words spoken by Paschalis Koutsogiannis, a part of William Wordsworth's poem (Intimations of Immortality from Recollections of Early Childhood) 1770–1850.



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Empty Skies And The Black Sun Serres, Greece

In the Old Kingdom of men, close to the town Morning Sun, lie the fertile hills Empty Skies. People's life was a prosperous one until the usurper king succeeded the murdered Rondul Thandrol the Great. A terrible destruction takes place upon the hills during the great annual festival of 6th of August leaving countless dead behind and damning Empty Skies as the most horrific place to bear witness. ... more

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