Forest Altar

by Harrow

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Harrow's first demo, recorded in the last days of MMX


released June 24, 2011

I. Campbell: Guitars and voice
K. Brickell: drums

Mixed and Mastered by Chase Hellvomit
Hellvomit appears on additional vocals



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Harrow Victoria, British Columbia

Atavistic Metal. Folk for The Fall.

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Track Name: Wraith
The Wraith has awoken from his slumber
to feast on scraps of your world
he brings you only shadows
but all flock to him still

the spectre grows stronger still
it eats not only wood and water
but feasts on men's souls
and its hunger is unending
and the forests grow cold

legends tell of those who resist
but all are struck down in vain
Wraith of this world is hungry for blood
destroyer of the Earth has come
Track Name: Watcher
The Watcher sits on his throne of silence
kingdoms rise and fall

he heeds only the call of the woods
his kingdom is outside this world

he is the wizard,
the watcher
wise sage, bringer of knowledge,
his hall is mighty oaken wood,
his sword strikes for truth,
moonbeams endless light the way

forever the enemy of the Wraith
they battle 'til Armageddon
two worlds collide in endless conflict
none knows who will conquer

wood and water,
rocks and rivers,
mighty mountains
create his kingdom

all the creatures and life on Earth
he guards against the shadow

war with the Wraith eternal
when the battle is decided
all life shall pay

though now the Wraith holds sway,
our time is but a dark night before a glorious day