Check out the song I did with VENIA. It’s “The Call”. Click on it below and enjoy some metal to brighten up your day. And here are the lyrics if you can’t understand the screaming.
The Call by VENIA featuring Jason Berggren – lyrics by Jason Berggren
This is a call, a time for reckoning
Lay rest to the past, awake a new beginning
Let it be known, this ends all confusion
These words are the anthem of a saving revolution
No more chasing shadows leading to the depths
No drawing from a well of sorrows and sewing more regrets
Leaving nothing to fortune and nothing to fate–there is only that which we create
Generations test it true, the future is made from the decisions of today
And so I ask, my friend. I ask you now, will you stand?
When the world crushes you with pain
Will you stand with me?
When pleasures tempt you to stray
(whole chorus 2x’s)
Sear this on your conscience
And brand it in your heart
For the faithful there is a promise
A sacred trust of salvation
Never forget and never give in
I will not deny (4x’s)
Will you stand with me? (4x’s)
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