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Into the Void (Sebastian Komor Remix) - Single

Celldweller

2020

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Into the Void (Sebastian Komor Remix) - Single

Celldweller

Released: 27/03/2020

Genre: Rock

℗ 2020 FiXT



  • 3:55
    Explicit Lyrics

    Into the Void (Sebastian Komor Remix)

  • 3:53
    Explicit Lyrics

    Into the Void (Sebastian Komor Remix) [Instrumental]

2 songs, 7:48 total time, 15.85 MB

Song lyrics

[Intro]
(Spin into the) Void!
Void

[Verse 1]
(Gravity destroyed)...

Into the Void

Celldweller


[Intro]
(Spin into the) Void!
Void

[Verse 1]
(Gravity destroyed)
(Spin into the void)
A life undone
As you fade out from the Sun
Humane or inhuman?
Alone now with the person that you have become

[Pre-Chorus]
It doesn't matter if you're wrong or right
It doesn't matter what they say
It only matters who you satellite
Everything else permanently stripped away

[Chorus]
Who are you? Malignant or benign?
Would you sell out your brother to save your own life?
Or neglect your own safety to save him from his plight?
Who will you be when your life starts to spin into the void?

[Verse 2]
(Gravity destroyed)
(Spin into the void)
(Spin into the) Void!
Destroy, create, life, death, love, hate
Manipulate
Regenerate (water, fire, truth or liar)

[Chorus]
Who are you? Malignant or benign?
Would you sell out your brother to save your own life?
Or neglect your own safety to save him from his plight?
Who will you be when your life starts to spin into the void?

[Bridge]
Shaken out of its orbit and forced from its flight
In the heart of the darkness, sole satellite
Suddenly the pull of gravity destroyed
As you spin into the void!
Heading into the fall, for once and for all
And face to face with exactly who you are at the core
No rescue, no one to save you
This time

[Verse 3]
Destroy, create
Life, death, love, hate
A guiding light or manipulate
Subversive force or regenerate (water, fire, truth or liar)

[Chorus]
Who are you? Malignant or benign?
Would you sell out your brother to save your own life?
Or neglect your own safety to save him from his plight?
Who will you be when your life starts to spin into the void?

[Outro]
(Spin into the) Void!
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"Into the Void" Track Info



Into the Void is the fourth single from the, at this time upcoming, fifth vocal Celldweller studio album, Satellites.

The song continues the trajectory of previous singles by being among the most aggressive material Klayton has written, with this song often being compared to his work done as Circle of Dust. instead of Celldweller, similar to previous single, My Disintegration.

The song also continues the Progressive Metal tendencies introduced on previous singles, featuring a wildly evolving, ever-changing song structure with multiple different sections that includes influences of Metalcore, Hip-Hop & Drum & Bass.

Lyrically, the song references the album's title, Satellites, as the people we choose surround ourselves with, alongside referencing the previous single, My Disintegration in it's chorus.

The rest of the song lyrically is questioning a given individual, whether it be the listener or a character in an overarching narrative, what kind of person that they are, while also saying that really the only person who can decide that is themselves and the people they surround themselves selves with.