OMFG! This Craigslist post, which, of course, has since been flagged and removed, is way too good not to share. Seriously. After spying this a couple of days ago, we were half way tempted to get the Satan-o-verb 2000 and the Demonizer out of hawk and hit the dude up for an audition ourselves. Be dazzled after the jump there, Beelzebubs. -- Dave Herrera
Satanic Bass Player looking for Satanic Band (luciferville) Reply to: see below Date: 2008-11-11, 6:38PM MST
My name is Izakia, I am early 30s and I have been playing bass mainly for my satanic praise band for about the last five years which I plan to keep doing until Satan tells me to stop. I am just trying to see what is out there for players like me. I would consider myself an Satanic player. I am looking to join up with a new band or an established one. Something Demon friendly would also be great. I am not looking to go gigging right away but it is a goal that I have. I am very dependable and very established in my faith in Satan and would like band mates who are not afraid of Satan as well. I believe that it is not all about talent but using what Satan gave you for His evil kingdom and He will do the rest. Please contact me if you think I would be a good match for you and we can see were Satan leads. Thank you for you time and your interest. I also know my way around sound equipement as well.
And if you are looking for a good vocalist my concubine is a better singer then I am a bass player. We would like to join a band together.
Thanks Imp of Satan
* Location: luciferville * it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
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