posted on Jan, 24 2011 @ 04:11 AM
Exactly, music is open to interpretation unless it's specifically stated by the musicians themselves what it's about.
Slayer's song World Painted Blood is about the NWO, they are laughably claimed to be Satanists because of the anti-religion lyrics since they first
started yet the guy singing those lyrics is and always has been a Christian singing the lyrics of one of his guitarists who doesn't believe in God
Korn singer Jonathan Davis always sings about his childhood experiences or thoughts, emotions and experiences he has in adulthood such as bullying,
fake people who are nice to him to get something out of him then screw him over. Nothing conspiratorial there.
The Metallica song Fixxxer has references that some might say is about a government controlling and whatever but it isn't, it's just references to
voodoo and sticking people with pins because the song is about James Hetfield's heroin addiction.
Fact is, if you believe in this kind of thing you'll see it everywhere and become paranoid that you're being fed lies and delusions (like the Virgin
ad being full of Illuminati symbols) and that really isn't healthy. The more you pick apart innocent things and throw in conspiracies to satisfy your
own deluded thinking, the more you're gonna see it everywhere, even in the white padded cell you'll end up staying in.