A Night of Burdens

by Soliloquium

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Some guy Not sure if the first song is a cover or not, but the other two are and Soliloquium does a great job. They use a nice mix of growled/clean vocals and electric/acoustic guitar. Bought it mainly because of the doom-metalized Cranberries cover, to be honest. Favorite track: Zombie.
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Drifting in and out In neurotic state The avid thirst for more These pale dreams A faded face in the mirror Broken promise of tomorrow A stone lifted from dead heart or another dreaded hardship A perpetual state A never ending race Never will I succumb Never will I rest
2.
You must feel frustration 'Cause your mind feels such temptation And your ways appear A total lack of faith You may feel elation At your body's re-creation And that joy you need Restricted by one thought Are you forever? Loss of purpose in a passive life Are you forever? Pale, regarded as a waste of time High times are courageous But it truth they suit no purpose Induced, reduced, unable and afraid Can you feel rejection And a lack of motivation And the joy you need, restricted and delayed
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Zombie 05:10
Another head hangs lowly Child is slowly taken And the violence caused such silence Who are we mistaken? But you see, it's not me It's not my family In your head, in your head They are fighting With their tanks and their bombs And their bombs and their guns In your head, in your head They are crying In your head, in your head? Zombie, Zombie, Zombie What's in your head, in your head? Zombie, Zombie, Zombie Another mother's breaking Heart is taken over When the violence causes silence We must be mistaken It's the same old theme since 1916 In your head, in your head They're still fighting With their tanks and their bombs And their bombs and their guns In your head, in your head They are dying

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released April 26, 2014

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Soliloquium Sweden

Soliloquium is a swedish death/doom metal band started in 2011. Our main influences are Katatonia, Anathema, Paradise Lost and October Tide. Soliloquium has grown from a side project to a full fledged band, and our musical horizons are expanding beyond death/doom.

The third full-length album "Things We Leave Behind" is out 16 March 2020 on Naturmacht Productions/Rain Without End Records!
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