Christian Metal Bands Are Satanists, Catholic Music Is Holy

By Theodore Shoebat

Christian metal bands are Satanists. Let me show you an example as to what I mean.

After posting my video on how “Christian metal” is satanic , I received a comment from one Scott Von Heldt, the former lead guitarist for Brian ‘Head’ Welch, one of the “Christian metal” musicians that I exposed in my video. In the comment, while trying to convince us that his music is not satanic, he admitted that he is a Sufist and teaches Sufism, which is a sect of Islam, thus proving that Von Heldt himself is a participator in the demonic.

He plays demonic music, is involved in a demonic religion (he is a Muslim!), and yet he says his music is not Satanic! Ironic. I did a video in which I expose the demonic nature of his Christian metal music:

This only demonstrates the demonic forces at work: get people into metal music, and sufism, or Islamic mysticism. The effects of metal music is that of Islam: chaos, demonism, and violence. Sufi Muslims are killing Christians right now. It is the Sufis of Turkey who are helping ISIS slaughter Christians in Syria and Iraq, and yet this heretic expects us not to believe that it is demonic? Sufism is the religion of the Antichrist nation of Turkey, it has no other originator than the diabolical.

Now, after showing you some examples in my video of demonic metal music, and demonic Islamic occultism, I would like to show you the sublime music of the Orthodox Church. Here is a beautiful hymn from the Serbian Orthodox, called Krst na vrhu Srbije, which (I believe) means something like, The Cross On Top Of Serbia (forgive me if I am mistaken):

The lyrics are very poetic, riveting, and they shake the roots of our souls with holy imagery:

Cross on the top of Serbia, speak to whom Serbian belongs. Which name is the Serbian testimony, what is the meaning of his existence. In what God he believes, what God he knowns, and what is the force which preserves the Cross on the top of Serbia.

The lyrics convey to the listener that one is identified as a Serbian by his religion, not his race. Faith transcends race in this beautiful hymn.

Here is one, and it is amongst my favorites, another Serbian Orthodox song called Iznad greha i smirti, which I believe means, Above sin and death:

One of the most sublime pieces of ancient Christian music is the Praefatio of the Catholic Church. Its harmony, zeal, and seriousness, come together and flow most perfectly, inducing emotions of ecstasy, mental realizations of Christian obligations, and a spiritual impacting that transcends the physical and subjects our fleshy minds to our spiritual minds:

The lyrics of the Praefatio truly encompass the militant spirit of Christianity, with strong exclamation of the armies of Heaven:

It it truly meet and just, right and for our salvation, that we should at all times, and in all places, give thanks unto Thee, O holy Lord, Father almighty, everlasting God: through Christ our Lord. Who, after His Resurrection, appeared openly to all His disciples, and, while they looked on, was taken up into heaven, that He might grant unto us to be sharers in His own divinity. And therefore, with Angels and Archangels, with Thrones and Dominations, and with all the hosts of the heavenly army, we sing the hymn of Thy glory, evermore saying.

When we fight evil, the army of heaven fights with us. Let us forsake the satanic rubbish called “Christian metal,” and take up the authentic arts of the Church Militant.

We must fight the satanic. We are in a spiritual war, and we must participate in it with every fiber of our bodies and our souls.