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Posted by Darth Satanious on 12.05.2012 at 21:21
As the thread title states, which Anti-Christian band you respect the most and why? Reasons may range from the way they convey the message or even by reasons that do not have anything to do with Anti-Christianity at all and just simply because you respect them as musicians, people, or whatever reason may be.

If you agree with their stance, mention the band you respect the most. If you do not agree with Anti-Christianity but still there is a band you respect that has the message, mention them and the reason why you respect them.

Be understood as Anti-Christian those bands whose lyrics portray a message against Christianity (Satanic bands count) or a band whose members have voiced their rejection against Christianity in one way or another.



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BlackMilk912

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  10.07.2014 at 23:13
Haha absolutely. Shit was hysterical. From what I remember they just sat there and laughed at everything
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Ganondox

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  18.07.2014 at 17:40
Eh, I respect more anti-christain alternative bands than extreme metal bands because from what I've seen most extreme metal bands are pretty childish in their opposition to Christianity (*coughdeicidecough*), and the ones that aren't I usually can't even tell they are anti-christian. While I'm not anti-islamic by any means, but their are a few anti-islamic bands I respect because they are standing up against oppression in their communities, but I can't really think of any anti-christain metal bands which do the same. It isn't even edgy, it's just like a poor attempt at trying to be edgy when it's bolder for an extreme metal band to take a Christian stance. Anyway, I'm going to go with Cattle Decapitation, that's an extreme metal band whose lyrics I can respect, though they are more known for Animal Rights.
Annable Courts

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From: France

  25.07.2014 at 17:35
Vital Remains, because even though I disagree with their stance, the lyrics are at least intelligent, it's not just "errr derrr fk Jesus and the God and Baibol, errr derrrrr kill kill" like basically all the others. It's eloquently written.
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  02.08.2014 at 23:34
My favorite is an Estonian pagan black metal band called Tharaphita. That's mostly because of their lyrical themes, which talk about our ancestors, their sufferings, little success they had, and denial of christianity. Praising ancient Estonians, their traditions and our nation in general is something that I can really relate to. In fact, I'd say Tharaphita's lyrics are one of the most meaningful to me from anything I've heard. I also enjoy their sound which is a nice mixture of black and more traditional heavy metal and vocals, delivered by Ank, are very good as well.
Savopipo

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  17.08.2014 at 02:28
Most of the french scene. Merrimack, His Infernal Majesty and Aosoth to name a few. Also most of the swedish bands (Dark Funeral, Marduk and Funeral Winds) are pretty solid.
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  17.08.2014 at 15:21
Written by Savopipo on 17.08.2014 at 02:28

Also most of the swedish bands (...and Funeral Winds) are pretty solid.


Since when are they Swedish? I am sure you mean Funeral Mist and not these guys from The Netherlands
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Savopipo

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  17.08.2014 at 19:13
Written by Marcel Hubregtse on 17.08.2014 at 15:21

Written by Savopipo on 17.08.2014 at 02:28

Also most of the swedish bands (...and Funeral Winds) are pretty solid.


Since when are they Swedish? I am sure you mean Funeral Mist and not these guys from The Netherlands


Yes of course sorry about the confusion.
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Infernal Eternal

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  23.08.2015 at 21:51
I've come to respect and worship Bathory. Quorthon was a punk who listened to GBH, Discharge, Motorhead and Venom. While he had only little knowledge of the Viking folklore, he made the greatest "viking" metal album ever(Hammerheart). I consider Bathory to be one of the most important metal bands of all time, having influenced so many black and epic metal bands and written some of the best satanic/antichristian/pagan lyrics and great music to accompany them. Eternal respect.
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Masterchief

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  23.08.2015 at 23:58
Written by Infernal Eternal on 23.08.2015 at 21:51

I've come to respect and worship Bathory. Quorthon was a punk who listened to GBH, Discharge, Motorhead and Venom. While he had only little knowledge of the Viking folklore, he made the greatest "viking" metal album ever(Hammerheart). I consider Bathory to be one of the most important metal bands of all time, having influenced so many black and epic metal bands and written some of the best satanic/antichristian/pagan lyrics and great music to accompany them. Eternal respect.


because in that time there was nothing much alse to listen and how do you know he had little knoladge?'well wiki didn't exist then
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Infernal Eternal

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  24.08.2015 at 18:24
Written by Bad English on 23.08.2015 at 23:58

Written by Infernal Eternal on 23.08.2015 at 21:51

I've come to respect and worship Bathory. Quorthon was a punk who listened to GBH, Discharge, Motorhead and Venom. While he had only little knowledge of the Viking folklore, he made the greatest "viking" metal album ever(Hammerheart). I consider Bathory to be one of the most important metal bands of all time, having influenced so many black and epic metal bands and written some of the best satanic/antichristian/pagan lyrics and great music to accompany them. Eternal respect.


because in that time there was nothing much alse to listen and how do you know he had little knoladge?'well wiki didn't exist then

I 99% sure he said in an interview that during the Hammerheart era he knew only a few things about the Vikings. For the next albums, he did some serious research. Imagine the Blood On Ice material (he started writing it in the late 80s) changed a lot after that research and that's why it is a concept album. He was Swedish, it was easy for him to learn about his country's past.
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Infernal Eternal

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From: Greece

  24.08.2015 at 19:09
Written by Bad English on 23.08.2015 at 23:58

Written by Infernal Eternal on 23.08.2015 at 21:51

I've come to respect and worship Bathory. Quorthon was a punk who listened to GBH, Discharge, Motorhead and Venom. While he had only little knowledge of the Viking folklore, he made the greatest "viking" metal album ever(Hammerheart). I consider Bathory to be one of the most important metal bands of all time, having influenced so many black and epic metal bands and written some of the best satanic/antichristian/pagan lyrics and great music to accompany them. Eternal respect.


because in that time there was nothing much alse to listen and how do you know he had little knoladge?'well wiki didn't exist then

Still, this could be one of his usual "lies", like the fact he hadn't listened to Venom before recording the Bathory debut. He later mentioned Venom as "a band from Newcastle" in one of his interviews. So, he may indeed knew a lot about the Viking culture. I mentioned the bands he listened to, because they have nothing to do with the "Viking" sound. This shows Quorthon was a great musician.
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