So I've been trying to figure out the Latin lyircs in "Hellfire" from the video game Final Fantasy XV. It's really hard to make out what they're saying, and the only part that I've managed to kind of figure out is from timestamp 0:26-0:46, which repeats this phrase consisting of what I assume to be 6 words:
Petras omnes cin cum (?) petras
(Regarding the question mark, I don't know what the fifth word is. I assume it's a verb of some sort.)
I stumbled across cin cum by accident; I was just typing what I heard into Google translate and hoping something made sense. Cin, according to Google translate, means "smell of smoke" but you have to type that exact phrase in English to Latin to get the word cin. Trying to translate cin from Latin to English just gets you... cin in English. The phrase omnes cin cum (link is a google search) appears twice? I haven't found any Latin dictionary that actually has this word though. Anyone know what cin means? Is it an inflection of some sort?