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Fair point. Satanism is not new to the music industry.

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John Smith
John Smith
9 months ago

Very fair point. Lord knows I spent my youth (I’m no Boomer btw) listening to bands like AC/DC, Pantera & Cradle of Filth (a black metal band that’s not shy about their allegiance to the Dark Lord). Matter of fact it was Cradle that brought me to being born again/saved, actually. After purchasing their (at the time) new release CD back in 2007 & listening to it over…and over…and over again I began to have what could only be described as hellish nightmares. Scared me so badly I tossed the CD’s in the trash & began going to church. True story.

Jbizzle
Jbizzle
9 months ago
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God is with you John Smith…you are most assuredly blessed. Time to get even closer to Him and His Word.

Yokel17
Yokel17
9 months ago
Reply to  John Smith

Pantera rock hard. Dimebag was potentially one of the greatest guitarists ever

Daughter_of_Dust
Daughter_of_Dust
9 months ago

Love this!

PugMom
PugMom
9 months ago

this is a hit or miss. i’ve loved metal for years, but never got into the whole ‘devil thing.’ yes, it’s a theme with Sabbath, IronMaiden, etc., but i didn’t grow up to be some crazed luciferian. maybe i was confident in who i was, but it never occurred to me to become part of this ugly lifestyle

K M
K M
9 months ago

Yes but this was mostly for metal, rock etc. Now it’s in pop and general mainstream, almost unavoidable. Also the access to music and videos is so much easier for kids now that this is becoming their normal (desensitization), including Netflix etc. Sam Smith is not some alternative genre designed for ‘rebelling’ he’s the normal, everywhere, catchy, all ages puppet of sexual deviance in a devil outfit. (I haven’t watched his show fyi, just saw the photos). Let’s not suddenly make this ok because it’s always happened in some form.