The title track of Black Ships Ate The Sky, a hard-driving noise-rock BSOD Song built on repetition, in which the speaker rapidly loses his mind as he witnesses the Black Ships destroy reality.
"The Inmost Night" off of All the Pretty Little Horses. Rambling, vaguely cautionary lyrics, ranted over arrangement of piano, guitar, and drones, rendered utterly unnatural-sounding via flanger and backed with additional unidentifiable noises.
From the same album, ''Twilight Twilight Nihil Nihil," an atonal string drone backing deadpanned rounds concerning suffering, destruction and nothingness. The official transcription in the liner notes looks like something you'd find scrawled on the walls of a Room Full of Crazy.
Dragonflies and mayflies, no more dying, no more dying, DEAD!
"She Took Us To The Places Where The Sun Sets," from Birth Canal Blues. The lyrics, roared in a distorted Voice of the Legion, jump between caustic damnations and disjointed visions of the world after man. Live versions, while not as heavy on the vocal effects, included several additional verses regarding the end of the world which were along the same vein.