02:10 - moonflash Oh well, still cool and refreshing to see a BM band dealing with christianity in an original way in contrast to all those "satanic" bands, calling for the sodomization of jesu with an upside down cross.
02:05 - !J.O.O.E.! From interviews I've read it's clear Metatron has no love of Christianity.
02:02 - Apothecary Some have called the Meads anti-Christian, but I think the term Christian satirization fits a lot better
02:01 - Apothecary Not (that I know of) any Kabbalah references, Metatron's big thing is kind of how modern Christianity has forgotten its roots and doesn't adhere to original Christian doctrine anymore, but he does it a real intelligent way
01:58 - moonflash Thanks man! woah, just skimming through it now and that's a lot of thought that went into the making of each song. Keeping my fingers crossed for some Kabbalah references, that stuff really interests me more than Judaism itself!
This band's profile is 'invisible', meaning that it's much less prominent on the site - either because it's incomplete, or maybe doesn't entirely fit MS format.
Black Pestilence was formed in early 2008 by Valax as a representation of urban chaos. It reflects inner turmoil within the city sector. Valax records all instruments and vocals in Black Pestilence. It emphasizes the demise of all religion and supports a humanistic approach in the progression of mankind. The project supports the sudden change of various ideologies in a failing social structure. Black Pestilence does not support NSBM whatsoever.