Killer Be Killed – “Wings Of Feather And Wax” Official Music Video

Killer Be Killed is an American heavy metal band founded by The Dillinger Escape Plan vocalist Greg Puciato and Max Cavalera in early 2011. The band also features Mastodon bassist and co-vocalist Troy Sanders and former The Mars Volta drummer Dave Elitch. Their debut self-titled album “Killer Be Killed” has been released on this March. “Wings of Feather and Wax” is their first single and music video.

Lineup

  • Greg Puciato – vocals, guitar (The Dillinger Escape Plan)
  • Max Cavalera – vocals, guitar (ex-Sepultura, Soulfly, Cavalera Conspiracy)
  • Troy Sanders – vocals, bass guitar (Mastodon)
  • Dave Elitch – drums, percussion (The Mars Volta)

Lyrics

Cut from wire, blind of light, from another breed,
realize wrong from right, turning raw inside of me,
having visions in the sight, like cutting razor wire,
we live on through the night, night of eternal fire.

I never stopped to notice the fire in your hand,
a burning so consuming, but now I understand,
and now I’m falling, like Icarus to land,
too late to kill the flame that I fanned

Wings above, danger’s near, they’re coming down,
flying close to the sun, you will only hit the ground,
the silence is so deafening, the end is just the beginning,
inside the void, I hear you scream.

I never stopped to notice the fire in your hand,
a burning so consuming, but now I understand,
and now I’m falling, like Icarus to land,
too late to kill the flame that I fanned.

Arise, arise, not so close to the sky.
Alive, alive, when you face death, you feel alive.
Kill it, kill it, channel your animal side.
Fire, fire, it’s time to start a riot.

Unleash your wings.
Unleash your soul.
Unleash yourself.
From the sun.

I never stopped to notice the fire in your hand,
a burning so consuming, but now I understand,
and now I’m falling, like Icarus to land,
too late to kill the flame that I fanned.

I never stopped to notice the fire in your hand,
a burning so consuming, but now I understand,
and now I’m falling, like Icarus to land,
too late to kill the flame that I fanned.
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© Nuclear Blast Records

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