Traverse The Path Of Thorns

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lyrics

Footsteps fall on this radiant path in the nightfall
And the hours turn to days hastily.
The whispering wind evokes the name of an intimate
But the next moment fades into the distance.

The horizon beckons with its elegant splendor
So I travel to the water as if I’m in a dream.
The sun turns black in an eclipse as I arrive
And beauty turns to darkness beneath an empty sky.

As I walk this path of thorns I do so with open arms:
I embrace the end, for aeons must rescind.
Wondrous departure from this existence
Soon my eyes will open, consuming light from the other side.

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from Arias Exalted, released December 15, 2014
Vocals, Guitars, & Bass - Charles Wolford
Drums - Tobias Schuler
Produced, mixed and mastered at Tonstudio Würzburg by Nikita Kamprad

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Arthedain Prague, Czech Republic

Arthedain was formed as a solo project in early 2014 by Charles Wolford. The first EP, "By The Light Of The Moon", was recorded in the Carpathian Forest, Transylvania. In August 2014, drummer Tobias Schuler joined the group in time to record the majestic EP "Arias Exalted". The band creates dark and violent soundscapes that are complemented by topics of desolation, occultism, and death. ... more

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