12" Vinyl version of Dreyelands second album 'Stages'. The album pressed in Germany by R.A.N.D. Muzik on 180g heavyweight 'mourning black' vinyl.
This edition is strictly limited to 500 copies.
Buying the vinyl you'll instantly get the FULL album in digital flac or mp3 files + get a full online booklet. + get a downloadable EXCLUSIVE BONUS TRACK only available for this offer.
The track is a re-loaded version of the song 'Life is Worth the Pain'.
The original version of the song was released and exclusively available on our previous label's Lion Music's compilation album 'Embrace the Sun' which was a benefit project for the victims of the 2011 tsunami in Japan, Now we re-recorded the song with a symphonic orchestra and a choir, also re-recorded some of our parts, then re-mixed and re-mastered to fit the sound for our recent record, 'Stages'.
This version is only downloadable here by buying the 'Stages' vinyl. The song does not feature on the vinyl.
---NOTE--- If you pre-ordered the vinyl, you'll get the digitlal version of the album on the release date 05/24/2018. But you'll get an exclusive preview track of the single 'Anger' in mp3 instantly.
Includes unlimited streaming of STAGES
via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
Silent autumn trees
They whisper my name
In a dark-dark lullaby
A cure to all the pain
I am lying on the rain
On the rain dampened leaves
My cold heart has faded
And my Fate is calling me
My Fate is calling me
Fate is calling me...
Silent autumn trees
Are whispering your name
A dark lullaby is all that I can hear
Nobody’s here to see me
raindrops fall into my orbit
and leak through the cuts
On my surface pale and soft
I gave everything
My heart, my thoughts, my fire
And then you left me broken
To loose all desires
I would do anything
Just to get hold of the past
Now it slowly sinks to the ground
I can let go.
And now I know:
What if I just stop breathing
Loss what makes me free… (Makes me free)
Straining my heart
Closing my eyes, set things apart
This is my only way
I’ve learned now
how to ease the pain
I find it strange as I'm looking back now that I couldn't hold back my rage.
My mind is clear but it was a long way to get out of this cage
Oh it was battle but a bitter-sweet one
And now I’ve found peace in the world that I couldn’t belive in
All those cruel
times when I couldn’t bare the pain of
losing something that was not in vain
Burnt it inside out lost it all in a dark hue (in a dark hue)
My brain’s been crystallized now it’s a calm relic I’m looking through
Oh yeah – I can see the loss is true
Cuts thousand wounds but it’s clear there’s nothing really I can undo
I end my life
I’m on the brink
Of the last doorway to leave
Let go my love
Through all my pain
I found myself
To believe in
I can let go
And now I know
Going through all these STAGES
(I’ll) leave it all behind. (All behind.)
Straining my heart (Straining my heart)
Closing my eyes
It was the way I‘ve learned
How to ease the pain.
I can let it go
My transition is silent (Ooooohh)
As my last breath (As my last breath, yeah, ooohh)
Hmm, I’m lighting up the depth of my soul
I can let it go
Let it go
Let it go
Just let go….
released May 24, 2018
Music by Andras Adam Horvath, Gergely Springer, Omar Gassama, Nikola Mijic
Lyrics by Omar Gassama, Endre Tarjanyi
Nikola Mijic - vocals
Andras Adam Horvath - guitars
Zsolt Kovago - keyboards
Gergely Springer - bass
Omar Gassama - drums
Members of Voice Station Choir
Conducted by Peter Pejtsik
Produced by Andras Adam Horvath
Mixed and mastered by Barnabas Hidasi
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