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Believe The Lie - Deicide - Serpents Of The Light (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Believe the Lie Lyrics: Time you died for your religion / Hypnotized by his infliction / Go to him, he is your savior / Leave this place, do us a favor / Believe the lie of a god you'll never know.
  2. DIE!!!!! SERPENTS OF THE LIGHT You are at one, the serpent now gone Harness the power to refuse the son Under the bible inherit deceit Above it enlighten to what you can be Savor the pleasure once known in your life Heaven's compassion you know is a lie SERPENTS OF THE LIGHT Serpents of the light, return to where you hide GIVE US PEACE OF MIND!!
  3. Stream Serpents of the Light [Explicit] by Deicide and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Believe the Lie. Believe the Lie. Listen Now $ 9. This is Deicide's last great album. This is nasty and catchy/5(48).
  4. Serpents of the Light is the fourth full-length album by American death metal band Deicide. It was released on October 21,, by Roadrunner Records. Glen Benton stated that "Serpents of the Light" was written "about a friend of mine that died".Genre: Death metal.
  5. Serpents of the Light, an album by Deicide on Spotify. Believe the Lie. 9. The Truth Above. Doomsday L.A. Live in Nottingham. When London Burns. Overtures Of Blasphemy. In the Minds of Evil. More Deicide. Listen to Serpents of the Light now. Listen to Serpents of the Light in full in the Spotify app. Play on.
  6. Love 'em or hate 'em, you have to respect Deicide's willingness to remain true to their original musical vision. On Serpents of the Light, the band offers fans more of its infamous dark metal, complete with vocal growls from Glen Benton (who also plays the bass), perfectly in-sync dual guitar work (courtesy of Eric Hoffman and Brian Hoffman), and insanely metronome-perfect double bass drumming 6/
  7. Decent, albeit unessential, live effort from Deicide recorded in at the House Of Blues in Chicago. This album proves that the band were as strong live as they were in the studio, despite the fact that they were touring their weakest album, Serpents Of The Light, at the time.I would enjoy a live album by the current line-up much more but this isn't a bad place to start for someone.

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