"Necropolis | Crafted Pour"

"Cocktail #3 in my Halloween/ The Black Dahlia Murder series. This one is from my favourite album. The meaning of this song is more hidden than some of their others but I think it's about a man who lets go of religion after killing in the name of God Necropolis means City of the Dead, and for some reason it always makes me think of Minas Morgul from the Lord of the Rings, with it's green, eerie glow 🎵 At the edge of existence We the clays of intention have ripened in your image Ah, the binds of tradition Your archaic deception numbs our empty beings City that sleeps on a million graves In a world full of hatred, to fear enslaved Countless; the dead slaughtered in your name Not an utter of your voice have you once repaid No above, no below, just a man letting go When all my earthly desire is disowned No screaming sirens should sound No revelations profound Simply lowered into the ground That's just what I'll be, dead in the dirt So blindly we walk the winds of these plagued streets Dead, the once feeling part of me 🎵 ", "undefined", "Necropolis ",

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Necropolis By , May 8, 2009 Cocktail #3 in my Halloween/ The Black Dahlia Murder series. This one is from my favourite album. The meaning of this song is more hidden than some of their others but I think it's about a man who lets go of religion after killing in the name of God

Necropolis means City of the Dead, and for some reason it always makes me think of Minas Morgul from the Lord of the Rings, with it's green, eerie glow

🎵 At the edge of existence
We the clays of intention have ripened in your image
Ah, the binds of tradition
Your archaic deception numbs our empty beings
City that sleeps on a million graves
In a world full of hatred, to fear enslaved
Countless; the dead slaughtered in your name
Not an utter of your voice have you once repaid
No above, no below, just a man letting go
When all my earthly desire is disowned
No screaming sirens should sound
No revelations profound
Simply lowered into the ground
That's just what I'll be, dead in the dirt
So blindly we walk the winds of these plagued streets
Dead, the once feeling part of me 🎵
Cocktail #3 in my Halloween/ The Black Dahlia Murder series. This one is from my favourite album. The meaning of this song is more hidden than some of their others but I think it's about a man who lets go of religion after killing in the name of God Necropolis means City of the Dead, and for some reason it always makes me think of Minas Morgul from the Lord of the Rings, with it's green, eerie glow 🎵 At the edge of existence We the clays of intention have ripened in your image Ah, the binds of tradition Your archaic deception numbs our empty beings City that sleeps on a million graves In a world full of hatred, to fear enslaved Countless; the dead slaughtered in your name Not an utter of your voice have you once repaid No above, no below, just a man letting go When all my earthly desire is disowned No screaming sirens should sound No revelations profound Simply lowered into the ground That's just what I'll be, dead in the dirt So blindly we walk the winds of these plagued streets Dead, the once feeling part of me 🎵 Ingredients: - Pear - Gin Instructions: Muddle the pear in a shaker tin. Add the remaining ingredients and shake with ice. Double strain into an ice cube filled footed pilsner glass. Garnish with the mint sprig and serve with a straw Autumn,Bubbly,Fall,Fizzy,Refreshing,Shaken,Themed,Halloween