"Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel" as written by and Adam Darski....
I saw the Virgin's cunt spawning forth the snake
I witnessed tribes of Judah reduced to ruin
I watched disciples twelve dissolved by flame
Looked down on son of God snuffed in vain

Blow your trumpets Gabriel!
As I beheld the bewilderment of Eden
Break the bread and crumb by crumb into the Leviathan's den
Nations fall prey
Hail my return

Hosanna (Hosanna)
Tribe of Judah decimate
Hosanna (Hosanna)
Roots of David eradicate

Hosanna (Hosanna)
Let wine of Sodom fill our mouths
Hosanna (Hosanna)
May sin of Gomorrah grace our hearts

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"Blow Your Trumpets Gabriel" as written by Adam Darski

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    My InterpretationHere's how I see it, this song uses the perspective of Satan to make a critique on religion. The song starts off with naming events that The Devil was supposedly present at, such as the fall of The Tribe of Judah, and the death of Jesus. The line that brings this whole song together would be "Blow your trumpets Gabriel!" The angel Gabriel is commonly depicted holding a trumpet. It is said that when his trumpet is sounded, God shall make his return to Earth. What this song is trying to ask is that if Satan was at all these biblical events in history, where is God? Where is God to stop these atrocities from happening? Why won't Gabriel sound his trumpet, so that God may come back to Earth to eradicate the evil that is present here? Conclusion, he never will, because God doesn't exist. The song, and video uses satanic imagery to say that there is no god, nor is there a devil.
    Giblesonon February 12, 2014   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about the oppression and sexual and physical restriction of people but in this song/video is specifically about that oppression against women. Stripped her of her beauty and made her believe every natural thought and natural urge in her body is sin and filth and she should hate herself for it. It takes a swing at Gabriel because he delivered Christ to Mary's Virgin womb, and in tale tricking the female into a guilt complex that haunts her sexuality with a sinister false cloud of doom for most of her life because she believes she's committing sin every time she has an sexual thought effecting her entire outside life. She's left stripped of all beauty at the end blowing Gabriel's Trumpet/horn. Because the story was just meant to hold her down and restrict her anyways.
    brentzrwon April 16, 2015   Link

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