By Timothy Fitzpatrick
May 20, 2018 Anno Domini
Eric Holmberg’s devastating critique of the Satanic music industry in a two-video series. If you watch only one, the second video—Hells Bells II—is the best of the two.
Hell’s Bells: The Dangers of Rock ‘N’ Roll (1989)
This three-hour presentation is broken down into 5 parts:
Part 1: The Dangers of Rock ‘n’ Roll: An overview of the problem and the biblical worldview that will be used in its analysis.
Part 2: The Root of Rock: From whence did this new musical form spring… and gets its power?
Part 3: The Fruit of Rock, Part 1: Looking at the fruit of something, Jesus said, can tell you a lot about a phenomenon’s origins and ultimate destiny.
Part 4: The Fruit of Rock, Part 2: It really is more than just “sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll.
Part 5: The Axe Falls: Where sin abounds, grace abounds all the more. The cross reveals the true “Rock” – the One that will never be rolled away.
Hells Bells II: The Power & Spirit Of Popular Music (2004)
This six-hour documentary series is broken into eight parts:
Part 1: Introduction – Foundations for Cultural Analysis; 19 minutes
Part 2: Sound & Fury – An Examination of the Power of Music; 50 minutes
Part 3: Heartbeats – Music’s Spiritual Connection; 30 minutes
Part 4: Notes from the Underground – The Occult History of Rock; 70 minutes
Part 5: Hearts of Darkness – Rebellion, Nihilism and Death; 48 minutes
Part 6: Mojo Rising – Satanic Sex and Rock ‘n’ Roll; 60 minutes
Part 7: Antichrist Superstars – Rock’s Ultimate Rebellion; 43 minutes
Part 8: Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door; 48 minutes
Bad Hair Day: an exposé on the rock musical Hair
Caesar Pink and the Imperial Orgy: What happens when an art-rock band gets “epistemologically self-conscious” and really embraces the darkness