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Martyrs Asylum | Grudge Against the World

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Grudge Against the World

by Martyrs Asylum

They say rock is dead, but this will change your mind.
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Leviathan
4:32 $1.29
2. Censored
3:52 $1.29
3. Rotten Rose
4:18 $1.29
4. Candle for the Sinners
3:50 $1.29
5. Alone
4:51 $1.29
6. Oleander
3:53 $1.29
7. Demon's Tongue
3:45 $1.29
8. Lucky 13
4:59 $1.29
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Album Notes
This album breaks the cycle of manufactured, shallow, and emotionless music. It is a concept album based off the theory that we humans become what we hate most in life, with each song representing a piece of the whole story spanning through three chapters and two transitions. Chapter 1: SLAVE consists of the songs Leviathan and Censored which tell the story of how we have the potential to be great, but are always being held back by some authoritative figure or "MONSTER" that is jealous or afraid of the possibilities that we are capable of creating. Then there is a Transition of HOPE which is represented by the song Rotten Rose, which is where we start to realize the power of our gifts and talents and start to believe there is more to life than what others deem acceptable. However this song also forshadows the darkness that is to come. Once you give a SLAVE HOPE, that leads to Chapter 2: REBEL. The REBEL chapter is represented by the songs Candle For The Sinners and Alone, which communicate how we start to hit our stride and find others that feel the same way we do. This helps us feel accepted now that we have found others who are willing to fight for shared beliefs. Unfortunately, that is the shortest stage and next is the Transition of DESPAIR and the song Oleander. At this point we realize that we were always Alone, and those who swore to stand by us when times get hard, are nothing but false friends or hopeless REBELS, in other words something beautiful but deadly. Finally we reach Chapter 3: MONSTER, and this is where we finally become the MONSTER that we were originally a SLAVE to. The songs Demon's Tongue and Lucky 13 are about the anger and acceptance of becoming what we've hate most, but most importantly how we love it.



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