Those that came to stone me,
I had them trampling on each other
I showed them their very selves in my own image
I released fire into those who came to become closer to their God
And they flowed before my eyes trampling on each other
They paid the price of stoning me
With the blood squirting from their crammed bodies
I built a road winding to hell out of their dead bodies
The reek came out of their ideas, not their dead bodies
And they understood this no matter how hard it was
The weaklings running after light meeting the darkness.
I blinded them with the stones they threw to be favored by God
Every stone thrown at me dimineshed a ray of light in their eyes
They died away on the dark road leading to me.
Their desire for heaven turning into ashes in the flames of hell.
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Super amazing work by this Turkish band (Admittedly a region I never expected to birth such an act). Excellent sound an even better atmosphere, it was a pleasure to listen to such an intriguing act, and I will undoubtedly be looking forward to future releases. sadsenzuri
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Nice cover and good release. This one is quite nocturnal to my taste and we feel always this sand's tempest in the riffing. This EP is one of my favorite from Zulmet, this is aggressive, tragic and possessed.... darkenedspirit
"Curse These Metal Hands" parlays the UK bands' chemistry into a record which—for all its tinnitus-inducing ferocity and elegiac arrangements—practically drips with transcendent joy. Bandcamp Album of the Day Aug 18, 2019