A Eulogy for the Damned is the seventh studio album by English stoner metal band, Orange Goblin. It was released by Candlelight Records in 2012. Orange Goblin are not one of these bands!". Red Tide Rising" – 4:49. Stand for Something" – 3:47. The Filthy & the Few" – 3:32. Save Me from Myself" – 5:58.
A Eulogy For the Damned. Artist: Orange Goblin. Album: A Eulogy For the Damned, 2012. Title track from the album A Eulogy For The Damned (2012).
Beggars, thieves and lives downtrodden Come to me as the King of the Damned They hang their actions on my blackened outlook They take their lives by the slight of my hand They bought a ticket to the Gates of Heaven But all the Saints see them coming and they run. No chance for reason No hope at all No slight return to grace, but a long, long way to fall A sorry sign of weakness A silly game to play A sad song of what becomes of the souls on judgement day. Dead eyes to find you No tales to tell Been lost so long I learnt to hunt by sense of smell Old hands are broken Old veins are torn Cos&apos.
With an album titled, Eulogy for the Damned, you better deliver a kick ass record. Orange Goblin more than delivers on the album title's promise. They light the package on fire and kick down your front door to give you a good rock n' roll ass kicking. Orange Goblin don't make records at a breakneck pace, but each release is a cause for celebration. This band gleefully channels and reveres the heyday of the heaviest early '70's rock, especially Black Sabbath and other heavy hitters like Nazareth. Yet, they don't wallow in a totally retro sound