Includes two songs not found in the digital release: "Ice Storm" by Alexander James Adams and "Crossroads" by Bekah Kelso.
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A slight re-imagining of the original "We Were Angels Once", evoking the work of Nine Inch Nails and Skinny Puppy, with lyrics inspired by a line in the Ember Days script: it is raining in the city, and the gods are going to war.
"From chilling, beautifully composed new age sounds to the brass knuckled edge of oldschool goth-industrial tracks, this is the soundtrack every World of Darkness gamer wishes they had as they throw down their dice and dish out the aggs."
-Ryan James Loyd
It is raining in the city,
calling demons from their doors,
and the gods are making ready
for a day of holy war.
I will sing of cities fallen
and of sinners gone before.
Let my broken blade redeem me.
Let our children weep no more.
We were angels once.
It is raining in the city
where the gods will go to war.
The sky is far too pretty,
calling demons to the door.
So I sing to wake the Fallen
and all the angels gone before.
Let my broken blade forgive me.
Let the sinners weep no more.
I would happily stroll the green with the Professor if the opportunity came. So very posh, and yet so very silly. Who wouldn't love a chap like this? He inspires me to parasol-rap of my own. <3 S. J. Tucker
Ginger is my favorite recording engineer, a bandmate, a soulmate, and a straight-up genius. This Cocoon is her first solo release- "Made It Home" is my favorite track, and I sang backup on "Masks". S. J. Tucker