Who Sang Young Gloom? Black Tongue

Black Tongue The Unconquerable Dark cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2015-9-4
length: 5:33
Lyrics

[Verse 1: Alex]
A fell darkness sweeps the land - Black Death
Speak to the hearts of men
I wist our words, control our breath
A darkness that consumes, a darkness that imbues, we're nothing but a vessel for a necessary evil

A city turns to ash - black death
The flames grow tall, charred husks, blistered flesh
This sickness forced our hand
We had to take a stand against those who reprimand this necessary evil

Everyone casts a shadow where even light can't reach
It hides our deepest, darkest desires of which we dare not speak

Curse the earth. Take it back
The night is always darkest before the dawn, but there's still always black

This is the way
We are humanity - a walking scourge - the twilight phase of living disease
We are humanity - a walking scourge that curses the earth

[Chorus: Alex]
Shall we rejoice that we live in dusk and not the night?
Is it enough to merely suffer?
After all, our sons will be the ones left alone against this final blight
Shall we rejoice?
Shall we rejoice at the dying of the light?

[Verse 2: Alex]
Silence is deep as eternity, speech is shallow as time
Onwards, always onwards, our unending misery in silence and doom: this eternal gloom

[Chorus: Alex]
Shall we rejoice that we live in dusk and not the night?
Is it enough to merely suffer?
After all, our sons will be the ones left alone against this final blight
Shall we rejoice?
Shall we rejoice at the dying of the light?

[Outro: Alex]
Ruin upon ruin, boundless night
Long is the path away from doubt, void of light


Tracklist
Digital Media 1
  • 1 Plague Worship
  • 2 In The Wake Ov The Wolf
  • 3 Young Gloom
  • 4 L'appel Du Vide
  • 5 Vermintide
  • 6 Prince of Ash
  • 7 The Masquerade
  • 8 A Pale Procession II: Death March
  • 9 I'm So Tired Of Sighing: Please Lord, Let It Be Night

  • Release information
    label: Century Media
    country(area): [Worldwide]
    format: Digital Media
    script: Latin