"Leave Me In Hell" as written by Anthony C. Bray, Jeffrey Dunn and Conrad Thomas Lant....
Midnight six sixty six
Torment beastial sex
Mother screaming in pain
Father rules hell's domain
I don't want to be born
I don't want it
Leave me in hell
Danger gold pentagram
Sacrifice full blooded ram
Karma Hell bears its child
Reaper sharpens his scythe
I don't want to be born
I don't want it
Leave me in hell
Hail Satanic Majesties
Sabbath my crucifix
Evil chief satanist
Danger possessed by hell
Master cast me a spell
I don't want to be born
I don't want it
Leave me in hell



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"Leave Me in Hell" as written by Conrad Thomas Lant Anthony C. Bray

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    General CommentCronos is hogging all the weed and he's a cunt?
    DEATHCUT_666on January 07, 2006   Link
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    General CommentHe's A Mutha Fuckin CUNT!!!!!
    DEATHCUT_666on January 07, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis Venom masterpiece portrays the sentiments of an apparently reluctant Anti-Christ. He is to be conceived thru "bestial sex" but "[doesn't] want to be born." Go figure.

    The protagonist, instead, wants everyone to "leave me in hell". This black metal hell is not the ontological hell of Sartre's No Exit; make no mistake this is the gothic hell found in the pages of Dante replete with torture, fire, and damnation on an epic heavy metal scale. Is this exclamation merely inebriated bravado? Is amorality a given theme to all of its author's works? Is Cronos here flouting the Christian view of God's plan in his musically aggressive manner?

    Or perhaps this anti-christ is not an anti-hero but a dark hero in the literary tradition of Batman? He is, after all, resigned to reside in hell, his bat cave, thereby sparing the world from Armageddon. The tone of the second verse seems to support this position where he warns of "Danger....gold pentagram...hell bears its child...I don't want to be born".

    The internal conflict of the occult hero is nothing new to a metal song, here it is the dramatic resignation towards not just an eternity of evil but the eternity of evil. It is interesting that whereas, to use an easily accessible example, the title character of Iron Maiden's Seventh Son of a Seventh Son realizes at the end of the album that "only the good die young", Venom's hero born on midnight six sixty six "doesn't even want to be born". The Black Metal of Leave Me in Hell distinguishes itself from other forms of heavy metal in that there is no need for dramatic resolution, only loud music and to accompany a bellicose acquiescence to evil.

    Leave me in Hell is also an excellent wedding song.
    flatbushblueon July 18, 2009   Link

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