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1) 1999:6661:2000 by Kataklysm on The Prophecy (Stigmata of the Immaculate) (, Metal) uses sample from Dark City ():
First there was darkness. Then came the strangers. They were a race as old as time itself. They had mastered the ultimate technology. The ability to alter physical reality by will alone. They called this ability "Tuning". But they were dying. Their civilization was in decline, and so they abandoned their world seeking a cure for their own mortality. Their endless journey brought them to a small, blue world in the farthest corner of the galaxy. Our world. Here they thought they had finally found what they had been searching for.
4) In Shadows & Dust by Kataklysm on Shadows & Dust (, Metal) uses sample from Gladiator ():
Ultimately, we're all dead men. Sadly, we cannot choose how but, what we can decide is how we meet that end, in order that we are remembered, as men.
5) The Ambassador of Pain by Kataklysm on Serenity in Fire (, Metal) uses sample from Road to Perdition ():
This is the life we chose, the life we lead. And there is only one guarantee: none of us will see heaven.
8) A Soulless God by Kataklysm on Heaven's Venom (, Metal) uses sample from Rocky Balboa ():
The world ain't all sunshine and rainbows. It's a very rough, mean place... and no matter how tough you think you are, it'll always bring you to your knees and keep you there, permanently... if you let it. You or nobody ain't never gonna hit as hard as life. But it ain't about how hard you hit... it's about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward... how much you can take, and keep moving forward. If you know what you're worth, go out and get what you're worth. But you gotta be willing to take the hit.
9) If I was God... I'd burn it all. by Kataklysm on Waiting for the End to Come (, Metal) uses sample from The Book of Eli ():
Cursed be the ground for our sake. Both thorns and thistles it shall bring forth for us. For out of the ground we were taken, for the dust we are... and to the dust we shall return
10) Breaching the Asylum by Kataklysm on Of Ghosts and Gods (, Metal) uses sample from Exodus: Gods and Kings ():
You say that you didn't cause all this? Your god did? l am the god! l am the god! So, let's just see who's more effective at killing.
You. This god. Or me.