I have a saying, «Make Wine Not War!» All kind of war is very disgusting and War Of Nation is something extreme terrible and unnecessary but I applaud when a band name a song War Of Nation!
The band Thy Morn is the band behind the above mentioned song. And the new single and lead off track from the forthcoming 2nd album Last Villain Testament due late 2021.
Ty Morn is a project created by Aron Biale. It comes from a love for golden age metal and classic rock.
The lyric on War Of Nation:
Draw the battle lines
Face your foe across the water
He who wins defines
The aftermath and world order
“in the midst of chaos there is also opportunity”
Dreams, be laid to rest
Leave endless talking in the ether
Beat the armoured breast
As silverbacks prepare for war
Words no longer fly
There’s a mutual fate soon coming
With the amity long forgotten
Raise some literal hell
Be numbed with awe
The world is angry and full of fear
A war of nations to clear the air
Distrust your neighbor and sign up here
Lives upon the dice
Beyond the breaking point of reason
Leaders find delight
In exercising villainy
For the timid and undecided
There’s a will to be broken
Will it humble the rich and crush the frail ?
Evolved destruction in bloody fields
A war of nations Is soon revealed
The reset button will domineer
To be carried on shoulders weighted
By the rules of a battle god
Is it not something in us after all ?
Nothing more but to drill and die
And leave this game over planet
As our fallout species fails to learn
The world so bitter
Designed to maim
A war of nations still burns the flame
Hell feeds the action
Where lies the blame
A damnable fixation
Not something to revere
Behold a war of nations
Is everybody here?
The track Hellastryke,
Raphael Gazal – vocals Martin Szorad – guitars Aron Biale – bass / keys / drums Music and lyrics by Aron Biale Published by Korrigans Lair Music and dedicated to all sci-fi disaster movies.
The track Compliments Of The Wolf,
Line-up on Last Villain Testament: Vocals – Raphael Gazal, Drums – Per Mikkelsen, Lead guitars – Eric Maldonado, Rafael Sequera, Simon Cacace, Raphael Gazal, Federico Tarquini, Greg Studley, Yam Levi, Organ – Eugene Moiseienk and the maestro himself Aron Biale plays keys and do the orchestration.