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Where does the title come from? There was a bill that was signed into law by our ex-president, George Bush, and basically it gave him the power to create these detention centers that could be used for mass casualties and stuff like that, and in the long run they were like concentration camps to hold people in. This is to the degree where even they take people who were legal citizens if they don’t agree with what our ex-president felt were groups that should be on a list of terrorists. For example, one of the groups that was put on this terror list was, Janet Napolitano had suggested this, was a pro-life group -- I don’t want to get in that whole hang up about abortion or no abortion or whatever -- but, you gotta be real careful nowadays about who you call a terror group. Looking back at the heritage of our country, a lot of people who were freedom fighters would have been called terrorists, but I think there’s a total difference between someone who would stand up with a sword and want to fight you face-to-face versus somebody who’s hiding behind the cowardice of a bomb. There are no heroics in fighting behind women and children; you’re supposed to fight in front of them; you’re supposed to protect them. The rules of engagement have totally changed is basically what I’m saying.
Can you interpret the cover of Endgame for us? Yeah, in the middle of the nation we have this one locale where they’ve got a bunch of inexplicable black coffins that FEMA has holed up on somebody’s property (I think it’s in Indianapolis or Iowa or something in the Midwest). Nobody’s really taking ownership for it -- you know, there’s no signs out there saying “coffin sale today” -- so, it’s kind of suspicious-looking. [The cover] is just a kind of lumping of all different kinds of ideas together. What I feel when I see it, is us as sheep being prisoners to the new world order getting led off down this corridor of death with these FEMA-assisted suicide canisters, these “come on, free housing.” It’s like that Twilight Zone episode where the book said “How to Serve Man,” and they couldn’t figure out what the rest of the book was. Then this girl comes screaming: “Don’t get in the spaceship, don’t get in the spaceship,” and everybody on Earth is getting into the spaceship, and she goes: “The book, How to Serve Man, it’s a cookbook.” (laughs)
Originally posted by ziggy1706
lol invisible woman tha whole song is a masterpiece! Im not knokcing him or anyting but bak then, in those days dave had a HUGE drug problem..right around peace sells, he was on coke and heroin, i belive..so the heavyness to his music, is his altered emotions expressing himself, because of the drugs. Since he has cleaned up, god bless him for that, theirs a noticble difference in his music. Right around 1990, when runst in peace came out, dave was cliniclly dead at a hopsitl one night, the needle still in his arm. Miraculously, they bought him back. Dave always belived it was god that gave him tthat 2nd chance...whcih is an awesome thought in and of itself HE really didnt clean up, until about 1994..when train of consequences came out..thiers no hardness to the music, well, not the aggressive speed adn crunch, rather, form that point on, he became more orchestrated and focused on his music. I can read tabliture, so reading his music on tab, HUGE difference between thena nd now
Originally posted by Totalstranger
oh, and why isn't Vic Rattlehead on the cover somewhere?