One who seeks to achieve (across all worlds) that which is impossible (in any world) must manifest a truly arrogant superposition of desire and will. Only by finally embracing the shadows of his failures while standing upon their very graves will he see that even at the end of all things, there is only one way: forward.
I don't really like black metal much. But... this is pitched far enough from the archetypes of the genre that I can actually enjoy it as the beautiful piece of progressive metal that it is. Lethologica82