examples? metallica, pink floyd, ozzy osborune, and a couple others were acutally brought into court a few decades ago for one.
Personally with me? Linkin Park and System of a down have been called satanic. one teacher at the pentacostal private school i went to called system of a down musicians who were terrorists. i had a ball with that one. they are for human rights and peace. she must of heard some filth missinformation/propaganda back when "Chop Suey!" came out a week before 9/11, supposedly about suicide bombing, but the reference to Jesus on the Cross makes it a song that could be taken multiple ways.
My chemical Romance as well, and even Eninem, though I don't listen to him. Anything with a heavy beat and dark or angsty lyrics has been called satanistic if played around the right group of Christians. In my experience Baptists and the fundamentalists I knew at worse would call it un-god honoring, secular, and humanistic. With the Apostolics and Pentecostals I knew, adn this is just hte ones I knew, not all, they would just call it Satanist.I think it has to do with that the baptist and fundamentalist churches i knew were more theologically literate, and knew that according to the bible, the things WOULD be humanistic and secular, but not satanic.
Then again I am talking about only three churches, a baptist/fundamental one, an apostolic one, and a pentacostal one. my experiences are probably not representative of the whole spectrum in the respective denominations.
Those are my personal examples. It's still funny when people don't take a satanist's word for it that something isn't Satanic.
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