Our comments are in BLUE. Today, at almost any "heavy-metal'' rock concert one can hear the audience being exhorted to rape and murder in the name of Satan. Lyrics such as the following are typical: Perhaps though, some may think privately, "If only we could return to the 'good old days,' with the music of the Beatles.
Print Article AA Halloween and rock and roll go together like peanut butter and jelly. Something about darkened rooms filled with outlandish costumes and screaming girls, we guess.
After all, as the soundtrack to youthful rebellion, rock could hardly remain steadfastly on the side of the angels and still stay interesting as long as it has. Though the rock and roll lifestyle has certainly attracted its fair share of damaged and unsavory characters over the years, surprisingly few have ever crossed the line.
Those who do find not fame, but chilling infamy. Ready for a few real-life rock and roll horror stories? Then turn out the lights, turn up the stereo and behold the Top 5 most evil rockers of all time.
Gary Glitter Like all the best pedophiles, Gary Glitter seemed completely harmless. Inhis perverse sexuality was exposed the way it always seems to be: The idiot took his laptop in for repairs with the hard drive chock full Rock roll and its evil kiddie porn. Glitter was slapped with a four-month prison sentence and began a new career as a registered sex offender.
Now a pariah, the former star fled scrutiny to the seediest places on earth, eventually settling in Vietnam. There, he was convicted in of committing obscene acts with two girls, aged ten and 11, and served three years in prison.
Whatever the reason, the guitarist is currently serving 33 years in prison for kidnapping, raping and torturing a University of Delaware student in The poor victim testified that Carletti, a total stranger, forced her into his car at gunpoint in a Burger King parking lot in Newark.
The coward then handcuffed, shackled and blindfolded her before taking her to his home in Maryland, where he hog-tied her and ordered her to call him "master" as he raped her. When he was finished, he dumped her on the side of the road.
Small comfort that the piece of shit will spend the next three decades years as a sex offender in the prison system. Count Grishnackh The early black-metal scene in Norway was full of profoundly fucked-up young people, but Varg Vikernes -- the self-styled Count Grishnackh -- took the cake.
Virulently anti-Christian, Vikernes was found guilty of burning several historically significant churches in Norway, making him a legend in the scene and touching off a rash of copycat crimes.
When he was found guilty of both the murder and the church burnings, Vikernes smiled when the verdict was read. He served 15 years in prison before his parole in Wade Michael Page The detestable underground strain of music known as "hate rock" is more or less founded on a philosophy of evil.
As the leader of the skinhead band End Apathy, Page barked out his frustrations with the non-whites he felt were ruining America with their non-whiteness.
After years of immersing himself in the desire for racial holy war, however, singing songs was no longer enough for him. On August 5, Page pulled a 9 mm on a congregation at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin, killing six and wounding three more before turning the gun on himself in the ultimate act of cowardice.
Institutionalized for most of his life, the charismatic freak dreamed of rock stardom and amassed a brainwashed "family" of fellow drifters -- mostly young women. The terror that followed was stranger than fiction.
Obsessed with the Beatles, Manson sought to cut a record inspired by the White Album that would somehow kick start an apocalyptic race war that would leave him as the king of the world. Filled with mania, this ambition was frustrated when he began creeping out his friends in the entertainment biz.
If you like this story, consider signing up for our email newsletters.Rock & Roll has evil origins Are rock and roll music lyrics that command to commit suicide, to kill, to do drugs, to rape, to worship Satan, to blaspheme, to degrade your soul to the lowest level of impurity, evil?
Satan is the pure definition of evil, and rock and roll worships and adores Satan; therefore, rock and roll is evil.
Rock and roll influenced daily life, Thus, according to them, any song in the rap, hip hop and rock genres is inherently evil because of the song's musical beat, regardless of the song's lyrics or message. A few even extend this analysis even to Christian rock songs. May 13, · Tips, use query like this to get relevance result: "artist - song title".
From its early stages, rebellion, youth, and anti-establishment have been associated with rock and roll. It possesses suggestive lyrics, black influences and the ability to shock the elders which is what makes it very appealing to the rebellious youth. One of their albums, is truthfully titled, "We Sold Our Soul for Rock'n Roll".
Their song N.I.B. (Nativity In Black) is one of the most openly satanic songs ever recorded. It is a love-song from Lucifer, in which Lucifer invites the listener to "please take my hand", the lyrics. Rock and Roll is still sometimes demonized; The mini, Batman: Fortunate Son, has Batman fight against the evils of Rock and Roll and was published in The main villain of the comic is an insane and evil version of Kurt Cobain who is driven to madness by the ghost of Elvis Presley.