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In the seventh generation of the one named Cain was polygamist Lamech, and son Tubal-Cain. The son worked bronze and iron. His weapons were the pride of his father. What did Lamech see through his son’s eyes. Was he bloodthirsty as was his family line? Was the arrow guided by the blacksmith’s hand through the ribs of Cain (the first one to slay). We know what Lamech said. There were now two dead: a man and a boy. If Cain is cursed seven times, seventy-seven for the man with two wives. The song of the sword, the first poem sewn by the hand of Moses so we may be shown us men have vengeance in our hearts. We are dark by nature. Now in the field two bodies bleeding out. “Cursed is the line of Lamech for killing the man with the mark. Cursed is the line of Lamech, for killing that boy that was his son.” We don’t know why he has done the things he has done. The first sword was forged by Tubal-Cain and in its rookie year, two corpses made. The anger of Lamech.
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"This record is in honor of the northern lights, which very few things in the world are more beautiful and awe inspiring than" and we can say the same of Panopticon's work. Even a EP with "leftover" songs carries so much beauty. Thetruebia