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“The quality that i find in I Am The Lake Of Fire is one i find difficult to find elsewhere, and is hard to put yr finger on. It’s a feeling of inverse religiosity. He may be singing of the Devil, humming hymns to Lucifer, but you get the feeling he is talking of a beautiful Angel of the Pit, of the darkness, of the nighttime, which are three very different things indeed. You’ve got to know yr enemies. You’ve got to name yr demons. When he comes near the end, with “I Am The Exposer Of Demonic Kings”, talking of the rulers of the world, of defiling infants, of pervasive pornography, “that’s how they let the demons in”, it seems like some Hollywood illuminati drug rant, except i think he may be right.”