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The fifth part in a nine part series of songs called "Parallel Infinities", this one is called Coalescing Particles.

Just a short background on the story, the idea is that a single man remains after a super-sentient race of machine destroys most of the universe. He is lead to a super-structure that is the size of the universe itself where he must rebuild existence.

So this song is kinda like that process beginning, strange impossible things happening, frustration, all kinds of cool stuff.

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Parallel Infinities 5:
Coalescing Particles
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Elements thrive in a maelstrom of mass
Condensing existence to a single point
Infinitely dense no laws can be applied
Everything is nothing, and nothing is all

A cauldron of fire the heart of a star
A citadel of ice the point of nothingness
A transmigration of galaxies
A universe dead folds upon itself

From atoms to elements
From particles to mass
A struggle to save
Everything we were
Ancient machines
Infinite in design
Scour the cosmos
For the absent gates

Inside a structure spanning further than light
The mind becomes something more than man
Equations and answers eluding paths of thought
At the end of this road is there even redemption?

Super symmetrical dimensionally compressed
The absent gates below the river of time
Matter and mass manipulated at will
Cosmic strings to weave a grand design

From atoms to elements
From particles to mass
A struggle to save
Everything we were
Ancient machines
Infinite in design
Scour the cosmos
For the absent gates

A thunderous roar inside the great halls
Echoes throughout a withering time

Time, space, matter, and mass
Life, and death, compressed into one

The universe shakes at its deepest point
A particle sized universe is born

From atoms to elements
From particles to mass
A struggle to save
Everything we were
Ancient machines
Infinite in design
Set their gaze upon me
At the absent gates
Lascaille's Shroud

Progressive Cosmic Death Metal



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