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The wind of life and air from above smells of death.
Angels sing of the end.
Nothing you say and nothing you try can change time.
Human race prepares to die..


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    May 8th, 2016 5:54pm report

    I Believe this short, but everending song is about putting an end to ''The Rapture''. A term that has been conjured up and now used by some Evangelists and Pastors too often to ''rapture scare'' the hell out of us believers by fear that has been wanting a coming end for their enemies and control us to be educated for several hundred years now, since it was started to the point even if it takes huge nuclear wars now to acomplishe the men's evil end, according to their beliefs to use ''The Rapture'' term where the word has ''NEVER'' been IN the BIBLE and thaught that way. Where JESUS said no one[men] knows the end of times for us in the world. Except GOD[Jesus Christ] He only knows and certainly wants us to prepare and be ready 'cause any time he may decide to throw a huge asteroid or comet the size of Russia or The United States at the Earth that would crack our world in half, which would cause fires, volcanos and earthquakes swallowing the evil inpatient unbelievers down to fall in the ''firecore of it's hell'' and the cool patient believers who were prepared and ready by faith in JESUS CHRIST will be raised and resurrected by His Angels to THE HEAVENLY SPHERES OF HEAVEN.


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    Feb 12th, 2016 2:11am report

    This clearly states that the 2nd coming is really near....


    Isaac Cobbs
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    Jul 11th, 2011 7:21pm report

    This song is about the end of the world.


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    Apr 20th, 2011 4:41pm report

    And much like As I Lay Dying, They're Christian influenced, not a Christian band like say, Skillet. Their Lyrics are inspired by their beliefs.

    This song is very literally talking about the Rapture, not any metaphors, the legit, end of the bible, Rapture.

    Just like the Beast and the Harlot.
    and Nightmare.
    and Numerous others.


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    Apr 20th, 2011 4:38pm report

    Yes all of them are Christians. Shadows himself stated it.


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    Apr 29th, 2010 4:54am report

    Given it's a religious band name, a religious album title (sounding the seventh trumpet being from the book of revelations), and a religious-based song title, and the fact that many of their songs have a lot to do with right/wrong choices, morals, and consequences for your actions, it probably has to do with the end of the world... But given that the band members insist they're not a religious band, maybe they just meant that it was the end of all the shitty metal bands out there and the unleashing of the apocalypse of ass-kicking music for people who know good music when they hear it?


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    Feb 4th, 2009 2:26pm report

    Actually the band has a lot of religiously based songs so they very well could believe in it


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    Jan 29th, 2009 1:08am report

    This song is describing the end of the world. It explains how God will return to take the believers and destroy all else. Its a belief based on Christianity (probably not seriously believed by the members of A7X)

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