Five pointed star of hell
Symbol of satanic goat,
Appearance at the ritual site,
Unholy amulet of the santanist.
Sacred to the devil's child,
Abomination to the Mighty One.
Every point; evil stench,
Every side Almightly hates

Crush the star under foot,
Tear the robe on which it lies!
Accursed image it portrays,
Symbol of blasphemy will never rise.
Now powerless against us
It lay in pieces in the dust,
Awaiting the fires of hell


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Blasphemous Abomination Of The Satanic Pentagram song meanings
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    General CommentChristians doing exactly what they preach not to do to them. The Pentagram is not a symbol of blasphemy, it has nothing to do with god or satan. This band is a joke. Christians playing "black-metal" which has occult roots. Its not called Black Metal for no reason.
    funeralmoonon July 03, 2004   Link
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    General Commentmy sentiments exactly.
    uglyxcasanovaon October 18, 2004   Link
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    General CommentThis cd was a spoof, it was meant as a parody on the norwegian black metal scene in the early nineties (this came out in 1994) so you don't need to take the lyrics very seriously. I mean, the guys allias in Anonymous, a clear parody on Mayhems Euronymous.
    Idiciouson March 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentWell if satanic bands have the right to freedom of speech, calling the cross a lie and such, then christians have the total right to preach what they believe in their music as well. It's an all or nothing thing. So just get over it man, As for the genre having occult roots, a lot of things that are now good have had bad roots, or roots contrary to what they have become, that doesn't make them any less valid, or the things they contain any less valid. Research and think about what you say before you say it.
    drummerbeckion March 01, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwhy do people call good bands a joke? if black metal bands love to defile God, then this is God giving them back the favor. long live christian metal
    death_metal_man91on November 18, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis was a satire of black metal by a Christian with Christian intents... the songs are blunt and serious and straightforward.... so how dare you call it a joke?
    thebigeman77on March 09, 2008   Link

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