Nine Inch Nails, a Downward Spiral…to Hell!!!

ninBy Cassidy Pen, Staff Writer

<St. Paul, MN> Death wishes, unprotected sex, neglectful drug use, and sinister worship of the devil, all of these topics can be found in the lyrics and stage content of Nine Inch Nails. The ruin of your children’s souls is the objective, Trent Reznor, the lead singer, has made this his life pursuit, to bring your children’s souls with him to hell through the power of music.

The will of Satan is an enticing thing. The devil knows thatsin must be presented as an enticement, to tug at the basics of human desires and create a willing submission to evil. That is exactly the aim of the satanic Nine-Inch-Nails band. Taking their name from the crucifixion nails that were used to affix Jesus to the cross, the band makes no disguise of its’ intentions either in the lyrical content or the hallucinogenic stage presentation.

The stage show is a frightening aggressive display of angst and flat out defiance, heeding Satan’s call and making devil worship appear as “cool” in the eyes of the poor souls subjected to it. The mosh pit crowd is drugged and seemingly under a spell as the horrible noise from the makeshift band thunders and knifes their tender ears. The senses are subjected to high decibel noises that aren’t even registered at airports. The scene is violent, sexual, and drug oriented. Your children are in the middle of it if you allow them to attend such an event.

nin 2013.09.28-39I witnessed this serious affront on all that is good when I attended a Nine Inched Nails concert in St. Paul, Minnesota last week. The first electronic chords from the band left no doubt that Nine Inch Nails is a drug band. Their intricate stage setup sends strobe-light mathematical projections from a multilevel screen that generate “freak-out” fears and conjured up dreadful feelings of hopelessness and out-of-body enticements that enhance the ellis dees and pot poppers that the have glazed the patrons eyes.

nin 2013.09.28-66Trent Reznor, himself a stoic man whose sexual allure triggers fornication instincts among the females in the audience, is a screamer and aggressive malcontent who aims to appeal to the lowest common denominator, hell and Satan’s will. Females undressed and tossed their undergarments at the stage, their creamy breasts swaying under the hot lights of the stage display. Their panties soaked with coitus anticipation secretions, they raise their fists into the air and scream in blood curdling chants along with the singer’s howls. Instances of open masturbation and mouth sodomy occurred in the crowd. They yearn for Trent Reznor’s “nine inches!”

The song “Heresy” is on the “Downward Spiral” album. The album motif is the spinning decent into the furnace of eternal torment that Trent Rexnor wishes on your child.

“He tries to tell me what I put inside of me
He’s got the answers to ease my curiosity
Your god is dead and no one cares
If there is a hell I will see you there”

The content of his words are well known to the pathetic crowd. Their idealized view of such hatred and nonconformity is a tragic thing to behold in the days of America’s decline into the Kenyen Socialist Hell that is Obama’s America. On a night when wholesome entertainment is available to our precious youth in the form of evening prayer and college football, they choose instead to attend a heathen rock music concert starring otherwise dregs of society. Children absent of proper parental authority and guidance willingly avail themselves to such filth. It’s  such a sad thing to behold.

The song, “Head Like a Hole” defines the satanic disregard of all things decent and confirms the denial of the way of the cross, which is Jesus.

“Head like a hole.
Black as your soul.
I’d rather die than give you control.”

nin 2013.09.28-83The final number is “Hurt,” which strikes a blow at decency in a way that glorifies nonconformity and appeals to the desperation of teenaged angst that many members of the crowd embrace. It’s a deathly number which surely will send many over the edge to self destructionbut not after having paid their $75 admission.

“And you could have it all
My empire of dirt
I will let you down
I will make you hurt”

I thank all the generous donators  that have helped fund my excursions to report on these horrible rock and roll bands and their influence on your Caucasian children. Your gift of $20 sent to the National Report in my name, Cassidy Pen, will go a long way in helping me expose these threats to our precious youth.

Remember, my dear friends in Christ, to monitor your children’s music listening habits. Please make sure “Nine Inched Nails” do not appear in their ipod devices or bing histories. Consult your church pastors if you discover this band in your children’s playlists.

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25 Responses to "Nine Inch Nails, a Downward Spiral…to Hell!!!"

  1. Meiriona says:

    Probably might have been more effective if you’d not picked “The Downward Spiral” to use for this bit, since that album came out in ’94 and Johnny Cash covered ‘Hurt’ and made a few small lyrical alterations that made it much more Church friendly and emotional of a song, because when Reznor sings it in context of the story of the album it’s just somewhat depressing with some whining elements, but when Cash sings it as a man at the end of his life, looking back, it really evokes regret and repentance.

    Didn’t know Reznor was still touring, huh….

  2. LadyTam says:

    My husband and I are both Bible-believing Christians, but we still enjoy listening to NIN now and again. :) I agree that Christ is Lord, but there are times in a person’s life when nothing seems good, especially if you struggle with a mental or emotional disorder. Yes, even in a devoted Christian life, when you’re going full-tilt for God, this can happen. And that’s when music like this is very necessary.

    Honestly, I’ve always felt it’s unrealistic for us Christians to pick on secular music as “satanic” or whatever. It wasn’t intended for us, so why should we be shocked by it? Alternatively, not everything secular is “bad” or “evil” or even “satanic”, and I fully believe that labeling everything that isn’t to your taste that way is the first step to pushing folks *away* from Christ instead of *to* Him.

    I’m not saying you aren’t entitled to your opinion; it’s a free Internet after all. I just don’t think that writing an article like this is particularly helpful for His Kingdom.

    Peace in HIM to you. :)

    • LadyTam says:

      BTW, their music has gotten much, MUCH lighter in the past 19 years since that album was released, so…there’s also that. :)

      • LadyTam says:

        (Sorry for all the replies; no edit button. :P)

        In discussing it with my husband, I realize we’re both confused about something: If you hate them so much, why did you go to a concert of theirs? The tickets *can’t* be cheap..

        I mean, it’s just weird. This band has been around, in very public circles, for close to two decades now. Their music is super-easy to find. Why go to an expensive, loud concert when you could get the same lyrical information on CD..?

        • Troy Razor says:

          Hi LadyTam…. it’s because the article is a troll post. Meant to get clicks. If

          Cassidy Pen would actually investigate beyond knee jerk reactions then maybe he would understand story telling…. or someone searching for God. I’m amazed at how some people who found God are so abusive to those who are still searching.

          Also.. Hi Cassidy Pen… nice Avatar… very creepy… almost satanic…

        • Cassidy Pen Cassidy Pen says:

          I review concerts, movies, and video games as part of my personal ministry to provide information to moral Caucasian Christian parents so they can make informed decisions regarding their children. Generous donations provide for tickets and associated costs.

          • Troy Razor says:

            “moral Caucasian Christian parents”…. and Jesus wept. I had to check the url a few times to make sure this wasn’t the onion…. nope. ;-)

          • Laz says:

            ‘Caucasian’ children?! Are you kidding me? Considering Jesus wished love upon all people, you and your ‘church’ sound like a bunch of hateful racists.

  3. Jesus says:

    Please stop doing this, being a christian doesnt mean being an ignorant .. NIN is a great band and they arent satanic , I laughed so hard reading your comments but please stop doing it

    • Cassidy Pen Cassidy Pen says:

      I don’t believe you’re Jesus. There’s so many avatars available. One would surely be a good likeness.

      Remember, Jesus, or whatever your name is, the path to heaven is full of pitfalls and obstacles while the road to hell is wide, well paved, and brightly lit.

  4. T Reznor says:

    Females undressed and tossed their undergarments at the stage, their creamy breasts swaying under the hot lights of the stage display. Their panties soaked with coitus anticipation secretions, they raise their fists into the air and scream in blood curdling chants along with the singer’s howls. Instances of open masturbation and mouth sodomy occurred in the crowd. They yearn for Trent Reznor’s “nine inches!”

    Cassidy – You are one fucked up individual. Trent does not worship satan – you are an old tool

    that needs to get a clue and stop writing. You might be better at romance/porn novels. You were giving me a boner midway through. lol

    • Cassidy Pen Cassidy Pen says:

      You’re just the type of sick depraved person that my ministry aims to convert. Please make your peace and allow the light of Jesus inside you. Maybe then you won’t have such a miserable outlook on life.

      • Wendy Battle says:

        Mr. Pen, you have some serious issues. I strongly suggest you get therapy. God is not as small as you try to make Him.

        “Moral Caucasian Christian parents?” Really? How very sad.

  5. mrselfdestruct says:

    with people like cassidy in “heaven”, i’ll take my trip to hell with open arms and sunscreen thanks.

  6. mrselfdestruct says:

    btw, like how all were supposedly created equal under god, but cassidys church is already deviated away to only help caucasians, because they are racist, hateful and completely full of shit. go shove your beliefs up your ass. you are not a true christian.

    • Andy says:

      If it doesn’t worship God, by definition it worships Satan…. there’s no middle ground. In Heaven he’ll be changed and perfected, as we all will be. The Caucasian comment does, however, rub me the wrong way. Jesus came to provide salvation to ALL people, regardless of race, creed, or whatever.

  7. Lori says:

    “I pushed my soul in a deep dark hole and then I followed it in

    I watched myself crawlin’ out as I was crawlin’ in

    I got up so tight I couldn’t unwind

    I saw so much I broke my mind

    I just dropped in to see what condition my condition was in”

    Kenny Rogers, 1967

  8. Joe says:

    Hi, I am a songwriter myself, and also in the searching stage of my relationship with God. I enjoyed this album when I was younger and I don’t believe I ever really understood it, I just knew it was good and there was a deep message there that would take some time to figure out.My ‘search’ has led me to a lot of religious based art and one poem in particular struck me. It’s ‘Paradise Lost’ by John Milton, about the anger, manipulation and pain Satan caused after his fall from Heaven, targeting humanity, God’s loved creation, in an effort to get back at God. I was immediately struck by the similarities between that story and the lyrics and music of The Downward Spiral. I’ve been listening to The Downward Spiral over the past few days and I truly feel it’s actually a Christian album. My perception is that Reznor is pretending to sing from the devil’s perspective towards man. Hate, anger, lies, deceit, pleasure…culminating in the final realization in the song ‘hurt’ that it is all an empire of shit, he will make us hurt, and he doesn’t care anymore so nothing can stop him. Satan calls us pigs throughout the album, mocks us and confuses us. It’s a beautiful piece of art if looked at from that perspective. I disagree with your article’s assessment of the album. The great thing about art is that each person can get something different out of good works. I think it’s important for you to know that I feel the message I got from this album is actually bringing me ‘closer to God’. Respectfully, JOE.

  9. Leviticus says:

    I think you missed the boat on this by 20 years…. If you went to a NIN concert in the early 90’s you would’ve saw all that you made up in your review… I’m surprised you didn’t say Satan was sitting in section 107 row 1.. Trent’s music got me through some rough times in my life… And if not for that, not sure where I would be right now. There are more important things to worry about in life… I don’t worship the devil… But I do agree with some of the things he tells me. Go to a Nickleback show… You will be more horrified… Music and people.