The years went by and Abomination Angel still clung to the roots of rebellion he had been such a part of in the seventies and early eighties...

 
       
    Waiting...  
       
      Waiting...
       

Knowing there would come a time when things would change and the world would tire of "Nothing Music."

 

 

Then HE appeared...

       
       

Marilyn Manson first took the US of A apart and the world followed...

 

Here was the bringer together of everything that was in the heart of Abomination Angel. A man with the charisma of a Marc Bolan & a Johnny Rotten who, like them knew where he was & where he wanted to be.  He used the scene, the kids, & an unsuspecting and still shockable public to get what & where he wanted.

A mix of violence, sex, drugs, make-up and shock-horror tactics quickly brought Marilyn Manson to the attention of the media.

       
  However, it was not all shock.    
    The music itself was mostly hard and raw but with an edge and a disturbing undercurrent that brought you in deeper.
On top of this, those that could actually be bothered to listen to the lyrics instead of condemning the image, would find an anger directed at a system that could not be bothered to change & which ruled our lives whether we liked it or not... (Do You love your guns, god, government...?)
       
  Abomination Angel was drawn into this new experience.
There was light at the end of the century.
And so began new experimentations...
 
       
       

 Disturbed, Killswitch Engage, Kittie, Rancid and Harlow (the metamorphosis of Fluffy) and the like began to fill up the CD racks instead of the old punk re-releases & compilations.  Even Gary Numan, having taken on a darker, heavier and more meaningful stance, took his place again, alongside them.


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