Who Sang Slouching Towards Bethlehem? Redemption

Redemption The Art of Loss cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2016-2-26
Genre: Rock
Style: Heavy Metal/Progressive Metal
length: 8:08
membranophone: Chris Quirarte
lead vocals: Ray Alder
mixer: Tommy Hansen
engineer: Nicolas van Dyk, Randy Pevler and Smiley Sean
keyboard: Nicolas van Dyk
percussion: Chris Quirarte
co-producer: Tommy Hansen and Nicolas van Dyk
bass guitar: Sean Andrews
guest solo guitar: Simone Mularoni
additional solo guitar: Chris Poland
guitar: Nicolas van Dyk, Simone Mularoni and Nicolas van Dyk
Lyrics
Turned and tossed in this widening flight
And I can't find my bearings
The voice that called me once is lost
And the silence left is tearing at me

Everything's starting to fall apart
The center cannot hold
The blood-dimmed tide is loosed upon us
And innocence is drowning

All around the best of men are lacking in conviction
While the wicked and the worst are full of passion and intent

All we have is falling apart
The center cannot hold
The blood-dimmed tide has covered us
And the innocent are drowning

Surely there's some revelation coming close at hand - A second coming
I can barely mouth the words before the images a__ault me
Somewhere in the desert, a monstrous affront turns its pitiless gaze to me

Its blinding stare is like the sun
I turn my eyes and fight to shake it but it's frozen in my mind
The darkness drops again, but now I know
Twenty centuries of sleep have been shaken to a nightmare

(x2) What rough beast, its hour come 'round at last
Slouches towards Bethlehem, waiting to be born?

All we have has fallen apart
The center could not hold
The blood-dimmed tide was loosed
And the innocent have drowned

Tracklist
Digital Media 1
  • 1 The Art of Loss
  • 2 Slouching Towards Bethlehem
  • 3 Damaged
  • 4 Hope Dies Last
  • 5 That Golden Light
  • 6 Thirty Silver
  • 7 The Center of the Fire
  • 8 Love Reign O'er Me
  • 9 At Day's End

  • Release information
    label: Metal Blade Records
    country(area): United States
    format: Digital Media
    script: Latin