The 8th track from my album: A.M.D Dimensional Distortion
Track: Heavy Burden
Racing through the ocean of stars their hearts beating faster as they get closer and closer to their home. Their thoughts on what must be done. Suddenly they are attacked by a smaller Groz hunter ship and a battle erupts.
The enemy managed to break through the ships defenses but Jason and his crew get the final determining hit. They board and slaughter the Groz that were inside before they leave it as a ghost ship. Jason hates the sight of death now more than ever, but they can't afford anything to stand in their way, they had a mission.
Entering orbit of the planet Earth gives them all chills.
They are overwhelmed by the beautiful sight of their home world even as it is dying before their eyes.
Filled with sorrow they think about what they have to do, their final mission.
Jason trembles as he reaches for the launch controls.
The hatches open and the bomb fly through space and towards the planet earth.
Sacrificing an entire planet so that the rest of the universe may live.
This was to be their final mission as they began to leave the planet behind and never look back.
Racing fast, through an endless
Ocean of stars, been traveling far
Countless hours of infinity, home is soon within reach
We push forward
Through the emptiness of space
My two friends beside me
Our mission clear, what will be done is what must be
Enemy from behind us
Hunters of Groz
How did they find us? Evasive action
Power the shield
Weapons fire through dead space
Closing in on target
Enemy fire our shields are down
Our enemy laid to waste
After we board
I hate this site of no return
But what choice have we?
Leaving ghost ship behind
One target remains
What a beautiful sight,
Yet sorrow fills our heart
Return only to fulfill our
Bright light, of hope
A universe filled with life
Result... a planet dies...
We tremble as we witness... the destruction of our home!
Leaving behind our birthplace
Space debris of misfortune
The dimensional distortion
Had to be destroyed
A heavy burden
Still as we leave this orbit
We accept the blame