Deus Nova

- Pain of Salvation
Released: 2004 Genres: Rock
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Lyric "Deus Nova"

10, 000 bc - 1 Million people
9, 500 bc - 2 Million people
9, 000 bc - 3 Million people
8, 500 bc - 4 Million people
8, 000 through 5, 000 bc - 5 Million people
4, 500 bc - 6 Million people
4, 000 bc - 7 Million people
3, 500 bc - 10 Million people
3, 000 bc - 14 Million people
2, 500 bc - 20 Million people
2, 000 bc - 27 Million people
1, 500 bc - 38 Million people
1, 000 bc - 50 Million people
500 bc - 100 Million people
Year 1 ad - 170 Million people
500 ad - 190 Million people
1, 000 ad - 254 Million people
1, 500 ad - 425 Million people
Year 2, 000 ad - 6, 080 Million people

Trying to understand the system of Life
Trying to understand myself
I created the world to be an image of myself, of my mind

All of these thoughts, all of these doubts and hopes
Inside
I took out to form a new breed
A new way to be
And now I am many, so many

So much larger than ever I were
Yet, at the same time
So much smaller and more vulnarable

They all carry shards of the whole
Together they become me
I see them interact, develop
I see them take different sides
As were they different minds
Believers of different ways, and different gods

I think they will teach me something

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Pain of Salvation

Pain of Salvation

Pain of Salvation is a Swedish progressive rock/metal band led by Daniel Gildenlöw, who is the band's main songwriter, lyricist, guitarist, and vocalist. Pain of Salvation's sound is characterised by riff-oriented guitar work, a broad vocal range, oscillation between heavy and calm passages, syncopation, and polyrhythms. Thus far, every album released by the band has been a concept album