Singled Out: Dawn Of Ashes' Tribe of Chemosh

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Kristof Bathory of Dawn Of Ashes tells us about the song Tribe of Chemosh" from their album "Theophany". Here is the story:

In the Hebrew bible, Chemosh was a deity of the Moabites. Chemosh meant the 'destroyer' and was the enemy of the Hebrew God 'Yahweh'. The lyrical concept behind this song is to shine a light onto bringing power to resurrect the old pantheon religions of the ancient east and to bring some sort of historical outlet on the fact that monotheistic religions enslaved, stole, and distorted the beliefs from these ancient cultures. Dogmatic religions have now corrupted spiritual freedom and put their followers' spirits into religious slavery. This must end by breaking the shackles of Yahweh and smearing the blood of the Hebrew God.

Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself here and learn more about the album right here.

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