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Touched by the Crimson King is Demons & Wizards' second studio album
Touched by the Crimson King
released in June 2005. The majority of the inspiration for the album was based on The Dark Tower Series, the album itself even naming The Crimson King.

Track ListingEdit

Music and lyrics written by Schaffer/Kürsch, except for "Immigrant Song" written by Page/Plant.

  1. "Crimson King ([1])"- 5:47
  2. "Beneath These Waves"- 5:12
  3. "Terror Train ([2])"- 4:46
  4. "Seize the Day"- 5:22
  5. "The Gunslinger ([3])"- 5:15
  6. "Love's Tragedy Asunder"- 5:28
  7. "Wicked Witch"- 3:32
  8. "Dorian"- 6:36
  9. "Down Where I Am"- 4:54
  10. "Immigrant Song" (Led Zeppelin cover)- 4:54

(Limited Edition Only)

  1. "Lunar Lament" – 4:04
  2. "Wicked Witch" (slow version) – 3:56
  3. "Spatial Architects" – 5:46
  4. "Beneath These Waves" (edit) – 3:41

Lyrical Content and The Dark TowerEdit

  • The first track and album title refer to The Crimson King, the main antagonist of the series. The song speaks from Randall Flagg's point of view, about coming to the end and hoping to watch The Dark Tower fall. Hansi said that he also refers to The Crimson King as Satan.
  • "The Gunslinger" is about Roland of Gilead, the protagonist of the series and covers his story and the plot of the final volume.
  • "Terror Train" is about Blaine The Mono, sung from his viewpoint, his craving for riddles and his final trip.
  • "Seize the Day" is based upon The Lord of the Rings, which in turn inspired The Dark Tower Series.
Demons & Wizards - Touched By The Crimson King

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