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Kalmah revolution

Discussion in 'Kalmah' started by asd_metal, Jan 19, 2008.

  1. asd_metal

    asd_metal New Metal Member

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    "In every revolution there´s a man with a vision
    He agitates and incites to follow his vocation
    He speaks the golden words turns us against the system
    Into the stand we rise him and make a low bow

    Time takes us all - makes me wonder that who´ll need his call
    Time takes us all - makes me wonder that who´ll need his words

    We all have to hail the man behind the pain

    Soon he will take all the control becomes a mindless dictator
    And we just can´t believe he was the One
    Under the protection of his faithful indoctination
    He dominates and rules and distorts the truth

    Time takes us all - makes me wonder that who´ll need his call
    Time takes us all - makes me wonder that who´ll need his words

    We all have to hail the man behind the pain"


    "Kill The Idealist lyrics

    A pioneer of humanity
    Declaring his truth to the crowd
    Word of wisdom is what he speaks
    Wisdom he has never reached

    A well-educated know-it-all
    But never has done anything
    Collects info from sources
    The vice man has left behind

    Chorus:
    Kill the idealist
    Get him a job
    Kill the agitator
    Capital rules the world

    So let him found a labour
    On his own certain conditions
    And try to heal society
    Without support"

    I read these lyrics and i think kalmah is a little comunist, further in the webpage kalmah say "diary of the revolution", but somebody know the politic ideology of kalmah?
    because i like politic topics i post this thread

    bye

    sorry for the english, i'm sudamerican =D
     
  2. Burbots

    Burbots Scream Bloody Gore

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    Well Heritance Of Berija is a song of a Soviet dude. I would not continue with this subject because this can be a sensitive theme (in Finland). Well not maybe on Kalmah forums :D:D
     
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    Don't forget "My Nation" and "Heroes to Us"

     
  4. Corialote

    Corialote Suorouva

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    sensitive theme in Finland! thats interesting!
     
  5. asd_metal

    asd_metal New Metal Member

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    mmmmm..., ok, i read these lyrics and i think, kalmah a kind of social democrats, because they hate the dictators and social conscience, but they put in the webpage, diary of the revolution, so, they can't be nazis, so for discarding i think that they are a little leftists...

    bye
     
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    cholo11 WuW

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    Whatever their political thinking is, they are awesome and got some sense in their lyrics.
     
  7. Hadesbreeder

    Hadesbreeder Swamplords For Life!

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    Maybe its anti religion? Oh well then again look at the lyrics of evil in you.
     
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    Kalmah338 Swamplords

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    look at the third the magical? i think some religious interpretation can go in to that
     
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    agreed
     
  10. Kalmah338

    Kalmah338 Swamplords

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    done forget mindrust..."if believed in kingdom come before all is gone. Is the chance to be reborn then who'll need the fire"
     
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    Sherminator New Metal Member

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    I think Mindrust is about a smoker who has lung cancer or something. I based this on my interpretation of the lyrics and an old post saying that its about a guy dying of cancer.

    Anyways, after reading pretty much all Kalmah lyrics, I don't think they are supporting any ideology in their songs, they just talk about revolution and the things that it often leads to (Time Takes Us All).
     
  12. Noxal

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    You guys failed. The third the magical is about Pekka drinkin's. He stoped drinkin's for 3 days. (As i heard)


    Dont forget Withering away,


    Life - testament of fathers / Forces to fight against the dark side / Mystery - still unsolved / Controller of the panel inner body / Hear the voices from the side of unknown / Leading body into temptation / False prophet message behind the mask / Breaking trough the will, darker one to rule / Withering away / Only way to be awake / Dispensation into the light / Against the law, internal fight / Two mids destroying their cradle / Suicidal action towards the end / Believer - the feeble natured / Completely influenced by abuser / Awareness - disturbed / A matter of social needs / Supression way to inner revolution / Denial is the force / Opnes the lock of inner control / The enemy will lose /

    Believer - the feeble natured, completely influenced by abuser.

    I love this !
     
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    A pioneer of humanity
    Declaring his truth to the crowd
    Word of wisdom is what he speaks
    Wisdom he has never reached

    A well-educated know-it-all
    But never has done anything
    Collects info from sources
    The vice man has left behind


    huh. voting americans would do well to think on these lyrics!
     
  14. pule

    pule New Metal Member

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    lol i can't believe it was so long before someone mentioned Kill the Idealist

    That song has some pretty heavy sarcasm if u ask me. I agree with asd_metal, they do seem more democratic.

    On another note, someone needs to figure out the lyrics to For the Revolution
     
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    i thought about that too..
    would be quite cool..
     
  16. kalmah42090

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    What about songs like My Nation, and Using the Word?
    They reference "religious" themes,
    "Join Our Legions In The Name Of GOD"
    "Oppressive despots will be sent to HELL"
    "Using religion as a shield"(could be a bash against certain people in a certain type of religion who hide behind their "faith")

    I'm not really into religious preference, but the GOD and HELL parts may be a VERY slight reference to christianity in Pekka's favor.

    Don't think i'm trying to call Kalmah a christian band:lol:, even though that wouldn't change my opinion of them either way, but it's interesting to think about Pekka's views on these matters.
     
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    metaltom2233 New Metal Member

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    Theres a lot of story telling that goes into kalmah songs. So topics like religion arn't necessarily Kalmahs exact believes, so its possible that he will be supporting hell or heaven given the situation in a song. Even though Pekka is the main lyrics writer im sure theres probably influences from the other band members. As for politics, i think kalmah has a very good point, i believe a lot of it is very true.

    There is a net under the ice
    With a thousand knots tied
    And unchecked amount of slime
    Hanging down
    There is a burbot on the net
    Into the mesh he has put his head
    Now struggling for his life
    Entangling more and more
    And there is a fisherman on the ice
    Drilling a hole with sweat and blood
    Trying to draw the net above
    The icy surface
    But even though how hard he pulls
    The net won't budge
    Under the ice the net has stuck
    With thousand knots into the ground
    With frustration and despair in his mind he decides
    To fight to the bitter end with all his strength
    But with his latest wrench
    The net will tear to shreds
    Burbot's revenge
    Burbot's revenge
    With frustration and despair in his mind he decides
    To fight to the bitter end with all his strength
    But with his latest wrench
    The net will tear to shreds
    Burbot's revenge
    Burbot's revenge
    Burbot's revenge
    Burbot's revenge

    In Burbots revenge i find this one very interesting, wicked song with a wicked story, first of all does anyone know what a Burbot is, i couldnt find anything on the subject, according to the song i got the impression it might be a very large fish or seal. And the Burbot seems to get revenge by shredding the fishermans net, yes? lol if the burbot pulled the fisherman under the ice and ate him maybe, thats my idea of revenge. like to hear how you guys interpreted the song.
     
  18. Burbots

    Burbots Scream Bloody Gore

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    DUUUDE???!?!... Heard of google or wikipedia?! It is fish that is a ugly fish, why everyone knows it.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burbot
     
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    Burbot is a fish, but maybe he isn't talking about that. For me, this burbot thing is just a metaphor maybe about a person or society, being the burbot. It trying to escape of its demise or this fisherman but instead going more into it, showing how we fall as a group and try to come back, sometimes going back up or making the problem worse.
     
  20. carcass_heartwork

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    Or maybe he is using the burbot as an example of the outcasts of society and how they will rise again one day or something like that. Has anyone listened to For the Revolution (the album)?
     

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