|Spot the Violation. Nice work! I also would have accepted: Dave Mustaine.|
So apparently last night on ABC News, Megadeth front man, Dave Mustaine was featured on this obnoxious "news" segment called Beyond Belief where they talked about the effects of Satanism in modern Heavy Metal music. Apparently "Beyond Belief" is this part of ABC News where they will shamelessly approach "unexplainable" matters with delusional Bigfoot logic. In the interview, Mustaine talks about how gorgeous Satan is, (so gorgeous, he might even look like the news anchor), the sinister connotations of a power chord, how he used to be into witchcraft that "really worked", and of course Slayer keeps getting called a "death metal band".
If refusing to play with Rotting Christ wasn't enough to convince you how obnoxiously Christian Mustaine has become, this should probably give you a better idea. When asked about the devil, he claims "the greatest lie ever told is convincing people he doesn't exist." As well as saying "he could be in this room right now!" To which the news anchor who's name or face I don't give a shit about moistly replies with a whisper "... that's a scary thought." To ham up the spooky factor for the retards watching at home.
Mustaine says a lot of stupid shit during this interview, such as, but not limited to, "I think that I'm more dangerous now that I've become a Christian than I ever was before, when I was trying to go the opposite route, because I'm armed with the truth now." But that's not the worst of it, the icing on the cake is when he is asked "Are people right when they say that Heavy Metal music is infused with the power of the devil?"
"In some cases, yes. But not in all cases, because you got great Heavy Metal bands that believe in God and glorify him. We pray every night before we go on stage."
Translation: If your metal band doesn't worship God and accept Jesus Christ as their savior, then you obviously worship Satan.
Special thanks to Jeff Berdel for bringing this to my attention.