mixtape: devil’s week

so, it’s not devil’ night but it is all hallow’s eve week and this is my psuedo all “horror’s” eve list of fun songs about the “devil” from my trip into work today. Had I actually been able to put more into it it might accost the idea so much more deeply, but, for the time being this is a nice mix, especially considering the “historical” value of the autumnal equinox, the idea of “devils night,” the day of the dead in “all hallow’s eve” and the the rebirth in “all saints day” and the history behind the week of the “dead” is something everyone can “relate” to well beyond and religious implication and that’s why it inspires the divisiveness it does

“Cleaved Hoof” into “Devilution” by High on Fire from “Blessed Black Wings”
“the Devil and Me” by Clutch from “St. Beale Street to Oblibian”
“Devil’s Child” by Judas Priest from Screaming for Vengeance
“Devil’s Dime” by Black Label Society feat. Zakk Wylde from Shot to Hell
“God’s Law in the Devil’s Land” from Kingdom of Sorrow from Behind the Blackest Tears
“Like This with the Devil” by Entombed from to Ride, Shoot Straight and Speak…
“No Sympathy (for the Devil)” by Skinlab from Disembody: the New Flesh
“the Devil in Stitches” by Bad Religion from the Dissent of Man
“Devil Shoots Devil’ by Stetch Arm Strong from Engage
“Devil in Jersey City” by Coheed & Cambria from the Second Stage: Turbine Blade
“After the Devil Beats His Wife” by Emery from I’m only a Man
“Wolf Moon” by Type O Negative from October Rust
“Damien” by Iced Earth from Horror Show
Daughter” by Ozzy Osbourne feat. Jake E Lee from No Rest for the Wicked
“Shout at the Devil” by Motley Crue from
“Devil’s Grin” by Disembodied from Diablerie
“a Devil in God’s Country” by Lamb of God from As the Palaces Burn

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