Rights to the Flesh

from Shores of Dust by Pyract

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Irrelevant fading specter
Damned to your own delusions
Bypassing life's portals
Immobilized by your fears
Fractured failing wraith
Although you may deny
You have a natural ability
For manifesting lies

I bide my time
and hold my ideals high
I was mistaken
but I didn't fall far this time

Your shamble through this desert
Has truly sealed your fate
And when you finally falter
I'll feast on what is mine
I've chased you to this point
Gnawing on the back of your mind
The shield of your denial
Can only hide you so long

I bide my time
and hold my ideals high
I was mistaken
but I didn't fall far this time
I feel your jaws
and I will not yield
I reject your accusations
and embrace nothingness

You're expected to take the path
That path is lined with poison
That road was lain before you
Past it, I saw the depths of shame
You used to yearn it
The truth made me despise it
So your choice is carved in stone?
Until my grisly end
You think this about you?
Is my guilt not enough?
How do you justify your hurtful words?
I didn't really mean it...
She will carry it to her grave
I didn't know
And the blame will be yours forever
I didn't know

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from Shores of Dust, released August 21, 2020

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Combining influences from the likes of Nine Inch Nails, Skinny Puppy, Front Line Assembly, and Ministry, Pyract creates plenty of noise that still remains accessible.

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