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One Bastard

by Fatum Aeternum



The first release of Fatum Aeternum after their one year hiatus (2013). Recorded by the new line-up (Steve Gershin, Evelyn Shor Gershin, George Falk and Igor May) in A.G. Studio. The single presents the new musical vision of the band, first from a series of singles to be released in 2014.


One bastard to rule them all
Verse I:
All the nations used to fake smiles
Shaking hands and stabbing in the back
Pretending to care while managing files
Prosecuting individuals and idolizing junk

And above all that
There’s a little puppet
Controlled by one stride
That used to be a spine

The cameras adjusted
To make him look tall
All for one purpose
One bastard to rule them all

Revolutions and raging destructive protests
All carefully designed by professional prophets
The sign of freedom is always marked by blood
Every small drop will soon grow into flood


released April 20, 2014
Song by Steve Gershin / Evelyn Shor Gershin

Recorded by Alexander and Vitally Zvulun at A.G. Studio (Tel Aviv, Israel)
Produced by Alexander Zvulun

Steve Gershin - Bass/Keyboards/Vocals
Evelyn Shor Gershin - Violin/Vocals
George Falk - Guitar
Igor May - Drums/Percussion


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Fatum Aeternum Haifa, Israel

Fatum Aeternum is a rock/metal band from Israel. Their music combines elements from various genres while preserving a dark romantic vibe. The themes are mostly philosophical and social, the vocals are theatrical and contrasting between male and female. The experience is completed with heartfelt violin solos. ... more

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