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Yeah, we always separate the two bands.
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The first band was the three of us with the exception of our drummer, and we had the drummer and singer from Enforcer [Olof and Jonas Wikstrand], so that band sort of developed into Tribulation and Enforcer separately. So did that split happen because you guys wanted to play death metal and they wanted to play heavy metal? We wanted to do something new and more extreme.
Thrash metal was only a thing for us for about a year and then our interest faded in the music and we wanted to do something else. But they are still good friends of ours and we always see them around, and I used to play in Enforcer. Was it a conscious choice to change your sound so dramatically? We recorded the first one in , which was a long time ago. We were all kids at the time, just 18 or And when we recorded the second one, we were six years older, and I guess in those years things happened.
I was doing Enforcer, and they were all doing other stuff. Tribulation really started to become a real band when we started working on the second album. Subconsciously, maybe, but on Formulas we just wrote it, rehearsed it and only then realized what we had made.
So, with that said, what can we expect from The Children of The Night? But quite an unexpected step, in some ways. I can imagine us going down an even more ambient or more psychedelic route. Streamlined, maybe.
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I find a lot of parallels with you and Morbus Chron. Yeah, the old school scene has been like this for ten years now. Cannibal Corpse plays death metal, they are death metal. So then what do you think of the Swedish metal scene overall? There seems to be a lot more interest in the early days, especially with bands like At The Gates reforming.
But when we started Enforcer, only a few bands were doing heavy metal, and same with Hazard and thrash metal. We seem to always sort of find the trends before they appear. People surely listen to Iron Maiden a lot, but you can still make cool music that sounds like anything.
The 60s, 70s and 80s are a treasure trove of inspiration. But the old school scene is both good and bad, because a lot of crappy bands also appear, and a lot of copycats, of course. Yes, especially on the first album. We try to keep horror present all the time, but our lyrics on the second album and the new one are not really inspired by horror movies.
We like to keep the idea of horror lingering, I feel it in our music so it is always present. Definitely the first album was more about horror movies, but even then it was more symbolic than just writing about The Omen , which we did. Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret. Thank you. Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker. I was discussing religion today with a Catholic friend, and the subject of Revelations, the tribulation, the antichrist, etc, came up.
I believe the classic interpretation of this book: God will take up those who follow him into heaven, then a 7 year tribulation will begin, the Antichrist will rise into power, and Jesus will return, etc. He, however, believes that the tribulation already happened. Personally, I think it's an interesting theory, but untrue. What are your thoughts?
I can provide more details about his beliefs if you need them. Anonymous ATS. End times theories are always interesting. I am not sure what I believe about where we are in corelation to the trib. Here is a great article that i believe takes a lot of the hogwash out of the end times: www.galaxysuperlucky.hipwee.com/tracking-my-phone-xiaomi.php
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It makes more sense for it to be For what it's worth. My interpretation of the scriptures and revelation would put us smack dab in the seven year tribs now. Don't break any mirrors. Your friend is wrong. The 7-year tribulation is described in chapters of Revelation and Rev has John, in 96 AD being called to see what will happen thereafter, not before. Where in the Bible does it say that the tribulation will be for seven years? Originally posted by mr. The only scripture mentioning 7 years, and used to support this is in Daniel Daniel "Then he shall confirm a covenant with many for one week; but in the middle of the week he shall bring an end to sacrifice and offering.
And on the wing of abomination shall be one who makes desolate, even until the consummation, which is determined, is poured out on the desolate. Plus there is no rapture When the tribulation starts you won't be sitting on an internet chat forum wondering if it has. There will be no question about it.
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In reference to the 'rapture' notion - there is no pre-trib rapture. The rapture cult was started by failed anglican priest Nelson Darby in the s. The rapture cult has been discussed, in depth, in BTS. Pick a thread. These are just a few of the many rapture discussions. Scofield, who taught the view in the footnotes of his Scofield Reference Bible, which was widely distributed in England and America.
Many Protestants who read the Scofield Reference Bible uncritically accepted what its footnotes said and adopted the pre-tribulational view, even though no Christian had heard of it in the previous years of Church history waiting to be raptured Most people who hold dispensational beliefs assume they are based in the Bible and have ancient roots.
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But dispensationalism has been around less than years. The father of dispensationalism is John Nelson Darby, a Protestant Irish lawyer who left his successful practice to become an Anglican priest.