Battlefield's Dawn

by Debility

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Battlefield's Dawn is the first EP by Melodic Death Metal band Debility. The tracks on the album reflect the heavy Viking Metal influence that the band initially had during its formation.

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released April 2, 2016

All songs written by Debility

For more information, see liner notes

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Some rights reserved. Please refer to individual track pages for license info.

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Debility Wheeling, Illinois

Formed in 2010 by Zach Washack, Richard Cupal, and Sean Peel, Debility is a four piece death metal band dedicated to ripping people's faces off with their music. The current line-up is:

Zac Washack: Guitar, Vocals
John Thompson: Vocals, Violin, Guitar
Ryan Peel: Bass
Sean Peel: Drums
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Track Name: The Fools We've Become
Never More
There was a time they looked to you
A mind one in the same
Dwindling hope
Slowly regained
Restless waters had been calmed

Claimed by the race
Footsteps we follow be no more
Stray from the path
These are the fools we've become

We will be deceived
by the ones who abore
This existence we lead fades to grey
Helpless and weak
We are the sheep
Screaming and crying

Raise the red flag
We wage a war
A vengeance brewed
In dire time
We reclaimed what we lost
Track Name: The Tide Rolls In
Livid quarrel of thought
Harm internal
Blows exact
Fabric of mind torn to shreds
Momentary judgement
An appempt to dispose the past

Vast expanses swallow your sins
Urge them to cling to your gift
Lunar event takes control
Proof of your act strewn ashore

Reconnect to the conscious world
Brought to terms with what you have done
Just to see the colors fade away

Overall the shell of this person you stand
Seeking an answer has hindsight sets in
Nowhere to turn as the body goes cold
Nowhere to hide – This tide rolls in