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Equilibrium Lyrics

Cathedral - Forest of Equilibrium
Band
Album

Forest of Equilibrium

(1991)
TypeAlbum (Studio full-length)
GenresDoom Metal
LabelsEarache Records
Album rating :  85.1 / 100
Votes :  8
6. Equilibrium (6:07)
Track rating :  82.5 / 100       Votes :  2       [ ]
Lost in the battlefield of opposite extremes.
I ponder on the embankment that stands in between
The monochrome and color entirety I see
The beauty and chaos of fate and destiny.

Stand in the balance of forest equilibrium.
Absorb every aspect of forest equilibrium.

The fatality of optimism shall we not embrace
But evolve into the actual with grace.
Outweigh the balance through excessive choice
I return to the wisdom of this equilateral place.

Rebuild thy strength here in forest equilibrium.
Through irreligious choice in forest equilibrium.

Come walk with me through violet smokescreens
Where both feet tread upon joys and agonies
Calm in all we see, masters of destiny.

Claws upon my flesh and statues of lost souls dominate this house.
Angels have no pity, their wings have turned to stone.

Come travel naked lovers beyond all dimensions of heaven
And lie enchanted forever in the lucid garden of dreams.

In all animate sources and creation of belief
We travel seas of illusions that begin at our dreams.

Ethereal architects masters of all fate.
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Cathedral - Forest of Equilibrium
Forest of Equilibrium - Lyrics
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Cathedral - Forest of Equilibrium
Forest of Equilibrium - Album Credits
Members
  • Lee Dorrian : Vocals, Effects
  • Adam Lehan : Electric & Acoustic Guitars
  • Gaz Jennings : Guitars
  • Mark Griffiths : Bass
  • Mike Smail : Drums
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  • Guest/session Musicians:
  • Reverend Wolski : Keyboards
  • Helen Acreman : Flute
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