A Plea For Purging Watches You Eat
“Eat it up now / Cause you’ve dug yourself in too deep / Does it taste good? / Do they taste good?”
They don’t taste terrible, but you can’t be too choosy when you’re a gravedigger, deep in the job and surrounded by earthworms.
But we doubt choking down juicy nightcrawlers is the intended meaning in these lines off of A Plea for Purging‘s ‘Depravity’ release, even if it was meant analogously. ‘Malevolence’ “is a tale of a boy that created this alter-ego in which he could act out all of the things he found immoral in ‘reality,’” vocalist Andy Atkins told Noisecreep. “Eventually this character he made up for himself takes over his life, causing him to become everything he never wanted to be.”