Martyrium - Antestor Reviews
Description:Artist: Antestor / Genre: Hard Rock & Metal
Newest Review: ... comfortable burning local churches than attending mass there. Perhaps aware that the hard and fast approach wouldn't be ... more
Customer Martyrium - Antestor Reviews (1)
by - written on 22/01/08 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Here's an interesting band. If your mother bursts into your loud and dingy cellar and demands you turn that Satan-worshipping black metal noise down this instant because the vicar will be visiting shortly, you'll be able to point out that Antestor is in fact a Christian black metal band, and you were merely ensuring that the vicar would feel comfortable visiting this humble abode and having his horizons expanded, when he came down here and violated you (some satire for you there). The idea of an explicitly Christian spin-off from a fundamentally anti-Christian genre is an entertaining contradiction-in-terms, and as such it's a little hard to take Antestor ... Read the complete review
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