Song Sailor on the Seas of Fate • Performed by Cirith UngolRecorded Fri 20 Oct 2023

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On and on and on
On into forever
On and on and on
Sailor on the seas of fate

In a world of no tomorrows, where no hope could ever be
To claim a final respite from this bane of bitter dreams
We turn our vision downward, then outward towards the sea
Set our course, set our sights, set out to be free

On and on and on
On into forever
On and on and on
Sailor on the seas of fate

So we cast aside our kingdom, cast aside the ruby throne
Let the winds of fortune guide us to a peace we’ve never known
Will we find a land of struggle filled with darkness, fear, and hate
Or will we finally end this journey and realize our fate?

On and on and on
On into forever
On and on and on
Sailor on the seas of fate

Turning, gazing one last time, a future unforeseen
Pushing from the shore, pushing on toward destiny
Wipe the tears of sorrow, of the choices that we’ve made
All we have is chaos, and our rune encrusted blade

On and on and on
On into forever
On and on and on
Sailor on the seas of fate

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From the majestic eight-minute-long “Sailor On The Seas Of Fate,” which starts with a reflective arpeggio and builds into a pounding, near-tribal volley before segueing into a bleak, slow burn of retribution and agony, to the final three movements of the “Dark Parade” saga (comprised of “Dark Parade,” “Distant Shadows,” and “Down Below“), CIRITH UNGOL‘s latest album offers a metallic soundtrack of societal decay and environmental collapse that foreshadows nothing less than total extinction.

“It’s about what happens when we sell that which we hold dear,” Baker says. “Our soul — if such a thing exists — our dignity, pride, and whatever else we have that will help seal the deal in an endless pursuit of money, power, glory and dominion over others.” From the majestic eight-minute-long “Sailor on the Seas of Fate,” which starts with a reflective arpeggio and builds into a pounding, near-tribal volley before segueing into a bleak, slow burn of retribution and agony, to the final three movements of the “Dark Parade,” saga (comprised of “Dark Parade,” “Distant Shadows,” and “Down Below”), Cirith Ungol’s latest album offers a metallic soundtrack of societal decay and environmental collapse that foreshadows nothing less than total extinction. (Metal Blade)

See also Sailor on the Seas of Fate of DAW Books, not Paradise Lost:

Elric 2. The Sailor on the Seas of Fate

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