"Christgrinding Avenue" as written by and Adam Darski....
Lead: Nergal

reptile!
Spreading sickness and disease among the men
Grubby creed!
What are ye but the soulless meat?
Lunatic!
Cancer consuming Thy race from inside
Beware!
No grace awaits Thee in the crying skies above

I'm on my way
Destination hell
By the power ov will
I shall complete
The devil's work

vultures attack!
May hell unlock overpowering might
Mourn not, my comrades!
Thou art fateless in the blinding light
Soldiers!
On the altair of liberation crucify the whore
Rejoice!
Drink to crucifixion
For oppresion is no more!

sly the whore!
Make it bleed,
Make it weep
Let id die forever more
Slit the throat!
Let them rot
Let them pay
Let em taste their own blood
Make em crawl!
Upon this corpse
I shall feast
'till no hope remains for the twisted mob!

Mithras!
Raise thy sword of judgement, loose the iron rain
Beat the drum
No earthly power
May hinder nor stop Thee
Sekhmet!
Manifestation ov Mut
Protector ov Ma'at
I call upon the most divine
To spew forth this infecting dust ov life

I'm on my way
Destination hell
By the power ov will
I shall complete
The devil's work



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"Christgrinding Avenue" as written by Adam Darski

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    General CommentGreat song. The meaning of it is pretty straightforward; Jesus got killed and that's a good thing. Most of it doesn't need any explaining, but I'll go into a little detail on the various pagan gods he invokes.

    Mithras was a god of a Roman mystery religion. He was sometimes viewed as the adversary of Christ as the two religions shared many similarities at the same. This is probably why he is invoked in a song celebrating the death of Christ.

    Sekhmet was an Egyptian warrior goddess. She was believed to be the creator of the desert and is said to have led the Pharaohs into battle. She is a manifestation of the sun's scorching rays.

    Mut was believed to be the Queen of all the Egyptian goddesses, and the female counterpart to the cheif god, Ra

    Ma'at is the Egyptian principle of law, order and morality. Invoking it in this song seems to say that Christ was a transgression on the already established pagan order of the world, an interesting thought.
    shadowprometheuson March 23, 2010   Link
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    General CommentGreat song. The meaning of it is pretty straightforward; Jesus got killed and that's a good thing. Most of it doesn't need any explaining, but I'll go into a little detail on the various pagan gods he invokes.

    Mithras was a god of a Roman mystery religion. He was sometimes viewed as the adversary of Christ as the two religions shared many similarities at the same. This is probably why he is invoked in a song celebrating the death of Christ.

    Sekhmet was an Egyptian warrior goddess. She was believed to be the creator of the desert and is said to have led the Pharaohs into battle. She is a manifestation of the sun's scorching rays.

    Mut was believed to be the Queen of all the Egyptian goddesses, and the female counterpart to the cheif god, Ra

    Ma'at is the Egyptian principle of law, order and morality. Invoking it in this song seems to say that Christ was a transgression on the already established pagan order of the world, an interesting thought.
    shadowprometheuson March 23, 2010   Link

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