.​.​.​And the Redbird Comes Home to Roost

by Peordh

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Atmospheric Black Metal Cat Both of the releases by Peordh are fantastic. Maturing is a massive record that rewards the listener that has patience to pay attention to it . Very different from this record that is much more straight up Atmo black metal and is just tight from start to finish .If anyone is curious to check this artist out , I would definitely listen to this release first and then move on to Maturing of the Virgin Land. Favorite track: ...And the Redbird Comes Home to Roost III.
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Mehtul Love this! Beautiful tones of Atmospheric / Ambient / Straight Up Black Metal and a tribute to the Civil War. Still listening at 3 in the morning! Favorite track: ...And the Redbird Comes Home to Roost IV.
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about

Booklet notes:

This is atmospheric music and demands absolute attention.
This is a continuation of Glaring From Spacious Woods and Mountains of Eternal Frost, but in a second tier.
Written, recorded, and produced sometime from the winter of 2008/2009 to the summer of 2011 by Drēogan.
All instruments played by Drēogan.
Lyrics written by Drēogan.
Artwork by Drēogan & Z.
Dedicated to the defenders of Virginia.

Originally released as a split with Honesty - That Which Douses the Flame (now known as Mediator).

credits

released August 1, 2011

license

all rights reserved

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Track Name: ...And the Redbird Comes Home to Roost I
"...And the Redbird Comes Home to Roost"

Storm clouds gathered
Their shadows darkening everything
And I was watching with only myself
Yearning for them to fail
And drift away

Like the rotting flesh
Of a deer caught by disease
This land... fetid... noxious...
Only the parasites can grow

But still I watched all on my own
Yearning for it all to fail

Armies gathered on the call
Of the shrieking horn
Of the destitute creatures servile to the antinatural void of inverted thought
Who covered the land
With their infectious mist

Fight they did
Filled with pride
To fight against everything
Their forefathers and their forefathers' forefathers fought for

But for ever hard they fought
The horn wavered and broke
The clouds failed beneath their feet
And everything fell around them

There could be nothing else
Their efforts had no chance of success
Only failure
And a waste...

But still I watched by my own
They had failed and I was alone

The mindless sunset had passed
And the conscious night had come

I felt the soft sting of ice
And the bite of the mountain wind
It was then that I understood
That winter must come

So winter came
And blanketed the land with coarse snow
But the five-leaved ivy grows freely
And the redbird comes home to roost
Track Name: ...And the Redbird Comes Home to Roost II
"...And the Redbird Comes Home to Roost"

Storm clouds gathered
Their shadows darkening everything
And I was watching with only myself
Yearning for them to fail
And drift away

Like the rotting flesh
Of a deer caught by disease
This land... fetid... noxious...
Only the parasites can grow

But still I watched all on my own
Yearning for it all to fail

Armies gathered on the call
Of the shrieking horn
Of the destitute creatures servile to the antinatural void of inverted thought
Who covered the land
With their infectious mist

Fight they did
Filled with pride
To fight against everything
Their forefathers and their forefathers' forefathers fought for

But for ever hard they fought
The horn wavered and broke
The clouds failed beneath their feet
And everything fell around them

There could be nothing else
Their efforts had no chance of success
Only failure
And a waste...

But still I watched by my own
They had failed and I was alone

The mindless sunset had passed
And the conscious night had come

I felt the soft sting of ice
And the bite of the mountain wind
It was then that I understood
That winter must come

So winter came
And blanketed the land with coarse snow
But the five-leaved ivy grows freely
And the redbird comes home to roost
Track Name: ...And the Redbird Comes Home to Roost III
"...And the Redbird Comes Home to Roost"

Storm clouds gathered
Their shadows darkening everything
And I was watching with only myself
Yearning for them to fail
And drift away

Like the rotting flesh
Of a deer caught by disease
This land... fetid... noxious...
Only the parasites can grow

But still I watched all on my own
Yearning for it all to fail

Armies gathered on the call
Of the shrieking horn
Of the destitute creatures servile to the antinatural void of inverted thought
Who covered the land
With their infectious mist

Fight they did
Filled with pride
To fight against everything
Their forefathers and their forefathers' forefathers fought for

But for ever hard they fought
The horn wavered and broke
The clouds failed beneath their feet
And everything fell around them

There could be nothing else
Their efforts had no chance of success
Only failure
And a waste...

But still I watched by my own
They had failed and I was alone

The mindless sunset had passed
And the conscious night had come

I felt the soft sting of ice
And the bite of the mountain wind
It was then that I understood
That winter must come

So winter came
And blanketed the land with coarse snow
But the five-leaved ivy grows freely
And the redbird comes home to roost
Track Name: ...And the Redbird Comes Home to Roost IV
"...And the Redbird Comes Home to Roost"

Storm clouds gathered
Their shadows darkening everything
And I was watching with only myself
Yearning for them to fail
And drift away

Like the rotting flesh
Of a deer caught by disease
This land... fetid... noxious...
Only the parasites can grow

But still I watched all on my own
Yearning for it all to fail

Armies gathered on the call
Of the shrieking horn
Of the destitute creatures servile to the antinatural void of inverted thought
Who covered the land
With their infectious mist

Fight they did
Filled with pride
To fight against everything
Their forefathers and their forefathers' forefathers fought for

But for ever hard they fought
The horn wavered and broke
The clouds failed beneath their feet
And everything fell around them

There could be nothing else
Their efforts had no chance of success
Only failure
And a waste...

But still I watched by my own
They had failed and I was alone

The mindless sunset had passed
And the conscious night had come

I felt the soft sting of ice
And the bite of the mountain wind
It was then that I understood
That winter must come

So winter came
And blanketed the land with coarse snow
But the five-leaved ivy grows freely
And the redbird comes home to roost
Track Name: ...And the Redbird Comes Home to Roost V
"...And the Redbird Comes Home to Roost"

Storm clouds gathered
Their shadows darkening everything
And I was watching with only myself
Yearning for them to fail
And drift away

Like the rotting flesh
Of a deer caught by disease
This land... fetid... noxious...
Only the parasites can grow

But still I watched all on my own
Yearning for it all to fail

Armies gathered on the call
Of the shrieking horn
Of the destitute creatures servile to the antinatural void of inverted thought
Who covered the land
With their infectious mist

Fight they did
Filled with pride
To fight against everything
Their forefathers and their forefathers' forefathers fought for

But for ever hard they fought
The horn wavered and broke
The clouds failed beneath their feet
And everything fell around them

There could be nothing else
Their efforts had no chance of success
Only failure
And a waste...

But still I watched by my own
They had failed and I was alone

The mindless sunset had passed
And the conscious night had come

I felt the soft sting of ice
And the bite of the mountain wind
It was then that I understood
That winter must come

So winter came
And blanketed the land with coarse snow
But the five-leaved ivy grows freely
And the redbird comes home to roost

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