Bethlehem - Devilcrazy God Thirteen Lyrics

release date: 2009-6-12
genres: Rock
styles: Black Metal
length: 6:26
I am not only a color
but lately 17 and 3
As the 11th will eventually die.

Time is brief and never longer
therefore I allow my shoulder to bury
and all my fingers line one by one
Then I can deny the black hole
and deeply fold in a chasity of insights

Next time we listen to your blood
and it results in the sin of my strangled sprat
as half watch the loud pitch laugh in your vicinity
And the evily humored temptation tarnish fruit-bearing Suicide
My saddle will skid no further into tomorrow
And in 1955 the dead will die in the infernal oblivion
of my own domain
However, we won't conquer like Erinnyen in page two
but rather stalk our soulless(endless) nature
in 3 shades of grey

To Caress a delusion sometimes causes a peculiar presence
which behaves how a deeply sunken razor would sound in blood
and consequently our echos let a glow in the breastless Bestiarium.

As my poisoned Shadows broke in two from the Zodiacal Light
and only further a displeased death of the struggling odoring
Shock of a horned blade in the perfection of Animalistic l___
Decorating itself in a disgusting Vesture
Bacchanten Climbed Icy Abysses
yet, it won't Bring Forth the tender d___ation
Necessity to breed is blinded by the Oviparious yearn for death.
And those not against God & Lucifer are suspicious
A dissolute force highhandedly requires danger
When Death Rings for several luckless Maids
Bluish Anarchy will instill over the Gates of Naked l___
Only an elder enrichment of the boiling-points to forgive my life
Will the Blasphemic Origin contribute to all the Graven Feet of the downfall.

Track Listing
CD 1
  • 1 Devilcrazy God Thirteen
  • 2 Thou Shalt Kill Yourself
  • 3 Yesterday I Already Died Today
  • 4 Dead White Marten
  • 5 Through Stained Touch of My Nemesis
  • 6 Nexus
  • 7 Lingering Fart (A Fart Standing Still)
  • 8 As I Still Puked Caulerpa Taxifolia
  • 9 Vargtimmen
  • 10 Death Is Soft Stool...
  • 11 Reflections on Dying