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Easter Music for Church Choir

An emergency meeting was held on Sunday afternoon for Church leaders at the St. Newmarket Church to explain to their congregation why a “satanic” metal band’s music was performed during the Easter service.

The St. Newmarket church choir in Princeton, Illinois mistakenly performed Lamb of God’s “Walk With Me In Hell” during the packed Easter service. Church leaders immediately fired Larry Stevenson, the choir director at the church.

As the choir began to sing in the middle of the service, at least one person in attendance recognized that the song was not christian music and instead performed by the popular metal band Lamb of God. [Formerly known as ‘Burn The Priest]

Several witnesses to the embarrassing oversight reported at least one person passing out during the performance after the realization that the music was “satanic” in nature. Other Church members called for the immediate termination of Church director Kevin Lester.

“Take hold of my hand
For you are no longer alone
Walk with me in hell”

These are the words echoed by the choir during the packed service. The choir director stated he believed it was a christian song about “togetherness and faith”.

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