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Though one of the last songs we wrote for the album, the concept here is loose. It speaks of change and it speaks of glory, but it mainly acts as an opener for the album. Originally written as one song, "33/12" and “Rise” is mostly a metaphorical move towards the great unknown future. One of two songs with lyrics written by Andrew, it paints a picture where there is no turning back, but we must go forward.


I never knew you could be so cruel
But time has told

That you are nothing but a purgurer
Deny what’s real

Over your broken stipulations
Your time will come

All of your bullshit delegations

The wall of silence has been broken
Beware what comes

The haunting shadows have ascended
You’re out of time

Inhale the toxic lacerations
Just parish and die

Your foundations of disaster
Then rise!

I won’t just stand here and take your deceit
Now this is the hour that I can believe in
Something that’s different than what I’ve been told
Something that I know that you would abhor

This may be a system that’s rigged for elite
That’s set up for failure beneath their feet, but
Now is the time when we take back what’s ours
If you believe me, then take my hand

Just know your time will come
Look away!
Burning faster
Hold your breath and rise
But only time will tell
If we’re right!
Time is fleeting

With no fate to guide us
We’ll set out to sea
Forging our own footsteps
Into eternity

In the heart of evil
We’ll lose sight of the end
Only to return forgotten
Having lost where we’ve been

It is not in this hour, nor in any other,
that we should shy away from uniting together,
and rising to the occasion.
My brothers and sisters, now more than ever,
we must fight back.

Stand up and face the music
Pages, we can’t look back now
Turning to our next chapter
Don’t fear them
Stand your ground and rise

You can hear them coming closer
Here come the wolves
I never said this would be easy


from Rise, released July 4, 2017
Jordan Rhodes - Vocals
Andrew McMullen - Guitars/Vocals/Keyboards
Aaron Betz - Bass/Vocals
James Best - Drums/Vocals



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Fate of Eternity Evansville, Indiana

We're an alternative metal band from Evansville, Indiana. We're here to make some noise.

Jordan Rhodes
Aaron Betz
Andrew McMullen
James Best

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