V = ⁴⁄₃ πRot³ is talking about numerology, mathematics, and the Pythagorean cult that discussed the foundation of mathematics that we live and breathe today, though not completely and directly related.
It was Saint Augustine that said "Numbers are the universal language given to us by the deity as confirmation of the truth".
This song is the most intense and difficult to perform on each instrument written for it on the entire album.
Before, there was bewilderment. Nothing to use, but brute force and our tools.
Until eager minds from Mediterranean lands, founded their cults to collectively understand.
Together they sing, their glorious myth, of universal language
Collaborated, from only the best of theoreticians.
Together they sing, their brilliant saga, of their lingua franca.
Their works would survive, outlive any other dialect.
Together they sing.
Formulas recreate a science for us to agree, to be passed down below to new life that will outdate us.
Born to calculate all of mankind's ultimate problems, preceding far among us, a different form of titans
Making functions to define how we live throughout our lives, and creating standards for preventing more of us to die
Theorems constructed to explain the milestones of untouchable horizons that were supposed to be unlocked.
Some are studied, well known. Some are secret, hidden. Some to be exploited. Some to be discovered.
Some are old legacies. Some are commodities. Some to be utilized. Some to be recognized.
We depend on them. So true, and genuine. We give in to them to expose the heavens.
We depend on them to guide us. Fact, and truth. So divine. We give in to them to trust,
To reveal the heavens.
(To help us to ascend.)
A machine, so elegant, a noble code, subsequent
A quantiverse, magnificent, phenomenal, exquisite.
Harmonize data to comprehend. Scrutinize the cosmological. Organize its complete eloquence. Centralize all the methodical.
from The Ilusen's Fallacy,
released September 8, 2018
Guitars, harsh vocals, clean male vocals: Keegan Ostrowski
Bass: Linus Klausenitzer
Drums: Marco Minnemann
Female vocals: Sara Vanderheyden