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Broken Beyond Repair

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released November 19, 2012

Composition, Guitars, Lyrics, Initial Drum Lines: Josh Noble-Astridge
Bass Guitars, Vocals, Additional Instrumentation, Final Drum Lines, Mixing, Mastering: Jak Noble
Clean Vocals on "Deny the World": John Ropiha Slivsgaard
Guest Vocals on "What We Are": Javiar Castillo-Bardales of Analogies

Produced by Red Horizons.

All songs written by Red Horizons unless stated otherwise.
All songs performed by Red Horizons.

Album Artwork: John Ropiha Slivsgaard and Jak Noble

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Red Horizons Hastings, New Zealand

A Melodic Death Metal project featuring Josh Noble-Astridge (New Zealand), and Jack Noble of Returning We Hear the Larks (England).

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Track Name: Red Horizons
Appraisal of hope
Dreaming memories of life half dead
Faith runs deep into the mud.

Sown together from fracticious lies
Beseeching the truth

Pillars rain,
Choirs sing the refrain
Return to the horizons,
Rebirth has come..

Ashes of yesterday,
dementiate the blood of today.
Skies illuminate,
beauty from poems written
from the essence of christ.

Sing for me,
Sing for me the language of the unborn.
Black tongues rot,
Sing for me,
For now,
as skeletal lords sing.

Pillars rain,
Choirs sing the refrain
Return to the horizons,
Rebirth has come..

Come home, child
Red Horizons have awoken from slumber.
Track Name: Deny the World [ft. John Slivsgaard]
From brightest dreams,
Humans drilled down to dead specks in bloodied streams.
Pride relinquished and substituted,
with greed and poverty, driven into acute obsession.

Struck with mirages of illusions,
the lies of freedom in an iron fist kingdom.
Renouncing now, with the final chapters,
a tale of slavery begun so close after the curtain's retraction.

Dreamless rest,
Under seas caved over through frost and ice
Trapped half-alive,
with nothing but the conscience of a broken man.

(Let him breathe,
To gather a voice,
and condemn his own blood.)

Bewildering enchantment.
Spoken words of wild lies
Dancing on black tongues and diseased ears.

(Let him breathe,
To lay his head down,
and accept his sins before dawn of another life)

(Let him breathe,
To deny this world,
To deny the light of the dawn)
Track Name: The Ballad of Broken Birds
Like falchion's flight
Streams file through the sky
Leaving only the shattered remains
of the broken,
Leaving only voids

Trampled on, and against,
Skylit dreams rimmed with exotic blood

Can we erase the past
To allow our dreams to forever last?

Staring into mirrors to relive
and escape reality
We sing our lullaby,
We sing the song of broken birds.

Pondering gloriousness,
waterfalls mysteriousness,
We realize,
We are all monsters,
But we are all monsters
with our own process of thought.
Track Name: From the Hearts of Leviathans
Ashes caress the virgin skull
To mark in pain
That life will never exist again

Orbital wrath of dead motions
Set in place the path in the dark
To follow into ascendancy

These hearts, they bleed
Spitting forth,
They whisper for the end,
They whisper, they feed.

Monsters contamination
Perfection to erase infection.
Leviathans rise from waters deep
Taking hope, to destroy the weak.

From the hearts of Leviathans
New age reckoning begins.
From the hearts of Leviathans,
Existence dangles from threads of strings.
Track Name: Far Beyond Repair
Have you ever felt the world
Bend and break beneath
The weight of your own conscience?

Millions of lives impacted
From the word of one,
Less the sound of one thousand.

Torn like trees through the wind,
Doused and baptised in the scores of light
Beaming down from a cracked sky.

So here we are,
Broken beyond repair
Born into nothing,
We are despair.

What's it worth to live like this?
hollow breath paints the air a pale mist,
and the knife begins to feel like the only friend.

Perceptions of the world
begin to run,
melting down the colour
from this once-beautiful photograph.

And here we are,
Broken beyond repair
Born into nothing,
We are despair.
Track Name: Divided
Sitting here,
Staring into this stone wall,
Recessively playing with my own thoughts
To divide my sanity from reality.

Come back to me,
Breathe new life into my eyes.

Treading water desperately,
And drowning under the weight of my own guilt.
I would sacrifice it all,
To live under the blackened curtain of nightfall.

Come back to me,
Breathe new life into my eyes.
Come back to me.
Track Name: What We Are [ft. Analogies]
Fated onto silence,
left to rot and contemplate everything,
but the emptiness of the cold shells of what we've become.

Empires have crumbled to dust,
content to wait out centuries without action.
This is a promise, to erase and reverse every action
This is a promise, to bleed the imperfections out.

Painting poems writhed from spoilt blood.

Forests begin to lose colour,
as perspectives of the world fade to grey and black.
Skies immolate, launching projections and memories
of days that once were.

Evolved from compassion and understanding,
to walking mountain tracks feeling nothing,
but the burn of self-righteousness
How the days change.
Even stars burn red, seething from our hate.

Time passes through eons,
leaving our pride to be fed upon by the vultures.

Absorbed so far, fallen so deep,
Family canvas complete,
with love and acceptance,
only to be erased to a blank page
with only one simple scribble.

[Vocals: Javiar Castillo-Bardales]
Painting poems writhed from spoilt blood.
Infect the world, bleed it, and bring the flood.

Absorbed so far, fallen so deep,
Family canvas complete,
with love and acceptance,
only to be erased to a blank page
with only one simple scribble.
"This is who we are."

As the rain continues to fall,
My world drowns in water,
Struggling to scream
As my saviour turns around
And walks away with every ounce of hope I ever breathed.

[Bass lead: Jak Noble]