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Born in the Dark Age (Acoustic Version)

from Twelve Acoustic Pieces by Triddana



I saw a hawk willing to fly under blackened skies
Holding against a storm that came and's not turning back
I heard a cry fading out in the thickest numbness
Warning all of us never to be swallowed up by the void…

Born in the dark age - With their fallen souls, fallen souls
It’s in the dark age...that we drift on our own
Will we ever spread our wings of gold over the landscape...
And restore what is lost.

Loners in packs, filling the streets, see through lifeless eyes
Aching for coins, dullness resets with each passing sun...
Stumbling their way over bodies dead or dying...
Screwed to a routine that is able to squeeze the most of our souls


from Twelve Acoustic Pieces, released May 15, 2017
Music: J.J.Fornes
Lyrics: Pablo Allen


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Triddana Buenos Aires, Argentina

“Celtic folk music, powerfully played heavy metal, kilts, bagpipes, expressive hymns and an invitation to sing along with each melody..."

Formed in Argentina, the band is nowadays active both in their home country and Europe, proving that distances are not an obstacle when it comes to making music with passion!
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