Blasphemy Made Flesh, 1995
Lyrics by Lord Worm
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Oh most luscious cenobite,
you wield your whip
as though it were another appendage;
Favor me with pleasure-pain,
rip me with your claws
Chew me with your saw-toothed cunt

Dead eyes alive with darkness to match their sockets,
they blaze with unmatched cruelty
Leave those long thorns embedded in your scalp,
They look stuck in far enough to hurt

Hell's polyhedron has blessed you
Your peerless beauty drips of sin
In this time of configuration,
blessed order shall prevail
Two sides to the war on flesh
Leviathan, who can't smile, beams

Encased in leather as it is,
I can't drink from your neck
It shall remain its soft, cold, blue-white:
I'll bind your pround breasts with barbed wire
I wish to partake of their nectar... Is it pus?

I might breach your zippers
and open your face
I might gag you with an urchin
I long to hear a quiet sight escape
your lovely lips as I bite your fettered, smooth thighs

Love subverted, lust perverted
Bitch-goddess Abigor's pretty face
can mask her suffering
Make you worship both her and her needles

Subjugate it, perforate it,
flesh reordered isflesh of use
I now rededicate my life
to what Abigor has shown me


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    General Comment

    this song is an ode to the medieval goetia demon of Abigor, also known as Eligos. Though Abigor is mostly seen as a demon warrior, Lord Worm has conjurged it in the form of a women.

    PlanetarumVagatioon December 14, 2005   Link
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    this song is an ode to the medieval goetia demon of Abigor, also known as Eligos. Though Abigor is mostly seen as a demon warrior, Lord Worm has conjurged it in the form of a women.

    PlanetarumVagatioon December 14, 2005   Link
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    Abigor/Eligor/Eligos, Great Duke of Hell. He knows the future. I don't know what Dan was smoking when he wrote this but he needs to learn more about demonology. 1) Abigor is a man, even if it is depicted as a woman,find something else to call it, 2) He wields a lance and a scepter, as far as I know.

    Good song though.

    Tipskinon March 26, 2007   Link
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    Maybe he made up his own demoness and named it after Abigor.

    He was smoking snake ribs. That's what made all his songs awesome.

    Stabwound666on July 28, 2008   Link
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    Actually, all of you are wrong. This is not about the Goetic Abigor. This is about the comic Cenobite, Abigor, from the Hellraiser series. Abigor is quiet when compared to her sister, if memory serves correct, but just as, if not more, sadistcally sexual.

    Acherontison April 25, 2009   Link

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