Album: The Century of Self (2009)


  • Frontman Conrad Keely told The Skinny that this rocker is "a heady topic." He explained: "It's a summary of the whole Biblical story from an agnostic Christian point of view but also from the point of view of an early Christian sect that believed there were two great Gods in the Bible. There was the Old Testament God and then there was the God of Christ who overthrew the Old Testament God, which I guess was their way of explaining why there was such a difference in the way that God was portrayed in both. It was difficult to come up with lyrics for that because the music was so intense, they had to be appropriately apoplectic."


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