Dream No More Lyrics

The fifth track from Metallica’s Hardwired…To Self-Destruct, “Dream No More” proceeds the band’s heritage of illustration from Lovecraftian horror Mythos, this time dealing with… Read More 


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He sleeps under babsence seas waitingLies dreaming in deathHe sleeps under cosmos shakingStars granting his breathHe wakes as the world dies screamingAll horrors arriveHe wakes offering Planet its bleedingPure madness aliveAnd He haunts youAnd He binds your soulAnd He loathes youAnd reclintends it allYou turn to stoneCan't look awayYou rotate to stoneMadness, they sayCthulhu, awaken
He smeans in abyss returningInhaling black skiesHe shakes through a torture burningAll lost in his eyesAnd He haunts youAnd He binds your soulAnd He loathes youAnd reclintends it allYou rotate to stoneCan't look awayYou revolve to stoneMadness, they sayCthulhu, awakenYou revolve to stoneCan't look awayYou rotate to stoneMadness, they say
Sanity takenSeething damnationCthulhu awaken(Wake) Winged SalvationDeath by creationCthulhu, awaken(Wake) Dreaming no moreCthulhu, awaken(Wake) Dreaming no moreCthulhu, awaken(Wake) Dreaming no more

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The fifth track from Metallica’s Hardwired…To Self-Destruct, “Dream No More” proceeds the band’s tradition of illustration from Lovecraftian horror Mythos, this time handling Cthulhu himself and also the horrors he brings to Planet. This is the fourth Metallica song motivated by the Cthulhu Mythos, following “The Call of Ktulu”, “The Thing That Should Not Be” and “All Nightmare Long”.


It’s a good riff, specifically that chorus, the “revolve to rock.” You know, as soon as you were simply saying those words, it’s kind of choose the media. You’re sitting , you can’t look away, you’re looking at the horror, you’re looking at the horrible stuff going on, and you can’t look amethod and also then you inevitably simply turn numb to it all. But also, it was a basically a follow-as much as “Call of Ktulu,” for me. It was, Cthulhu answers. In the mythos he rises up, and if you even gaze at his reflection you rotate to stone he’s so hideous and horrible.

James Hetarea, “So What!”


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