LUNARIUM

LUNARIUM

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Rock - Hard Rock | Waverly, Ohio, United States
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Song Description

The darkest day in history.. 1066 A modern depiction of the battle of Hastings 1066 and the story of How William the Bastard became William the Conqueror

Story Behind the Song

Lunarium's storytelling was only fit to present this song to the masses. This is a song and a story that has inspired our hearts for many years, we felt it only fitting to depict it in our own style.

Lyrics

Son of a bastard, given to shout
for him a nation awaited
he prayed to the god of men
and saw a time of blood
ships were built, a fleet for the ages
wine and spears were taken aboard
Such spectacle had n?er been seen
since Agamemmnon made his war

Said Harold, ?Bring your bastard king!
He has no claim to Mercia!
He?ll find naught here but slaughter
And an ignominious death!?
And so they mustered Saxon men
For marching to the sea
With Mercian to arms again
and Welsh bows by their side


the Northmen came to fight
leaving armor at the shore
charging on to Wessex
Blood stained the forest floor
at Stamford Bridge the Vikings fell
Down to one, who with his axe
made the Saxons fear his name

At the battle, many will fall
from farmer to mighty King
On the anvil of shattered shields
a nation was forged in blood

to battle, a hill of verdant green
brightly shone the midday sun
William and a thousand Horse sallied
Men of sword and spear followed
Once again, the mighty Fyrd
made line and crashed their shields
Dregs of men, but no less brave
With furrowed brows and beaten steel
Arrows flew, but few fell
Up the mighty hill they charged
into the English lines; the knights
tore Saxon flesh and mail
Irony of William?s bravery showed
Son of Godwin saw death from the sky
His army laid low like winterwheat
before the peasant scythe

Song Length
4:22
Genres
Rock - Hard Rock, Rock - Heavy Metal
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Brutal, Anxious

Subject Matter
War, Patriotic

Similar Artists
Iron Maiden, Ozzy Osbourne
Language
English
Era
Before 1600

Lyric Credits Nate Breidenbaugh
Music Credits Lunarium
Producer Credits JR Carter
Publisher Credits 494 Productions
Performance Credits LUNARIUM
Label Credits None