>When the angels of ignorance
>Fall down from your eyes
>Rose clouds of holocaust
>Rose clouds of lies
Seriously, what did he mean by this? I know DI6 are into Nazi shit, but is he actually saying he's a Holocaust denier in this song? I don't get it.
Also general neofolk thread I guess.
I've read an explanation he wrote for the lyrics of this song, i can't link it because i don't remember where i read it, but it wasn't connected to the actual jewish holocaust or to WWII directly, it was something about him sitting in a hot springs on some mountains and seeing the lies of life or something like that.
btw i love him so much
you did right, even though nirvana are cool.
fall apart is so beautiful
you're so right, especially when the first track of this album is a 16 min martial industrial piece
hes not saying the hoocaust didnt happen hes saying hes glad it did and that everyone who acts like it was the epitome have bought into the group unthinking mentality that caused it.
I also can't recall where to find it, but there's a pretty long statement he made regarding the song when the album was banned in Germany. But yeah, the title was inspired by an epiphany he had while on vacation in Iceland.
The method to the way he writes lyrics is pretty disjointed. I guess he's constantly noting down phrases that he sees in different places and they eventually end up in songs alongside his original lyrics. Like 'Festivals end as festivals must' is taken from a newspaper headline on Yukio Mishima, and 'Mother victim of Jesus, lie down in Sydney's dust' was taken from someone's tombstone if I remember correctly.