“ When will the time come to stand and take it back from their hands.
Now the blood is on your hands, life stealing motherfxxxers.”
His sincerity and disillusionment is genuine and prevalent throughout the gig. There is not a moment where he sounds forced or sanctimonious, preferring to leave that to Fred Durst. Even the interim time between songs is passed with Nathan’s discoursing about Bush, Blair and respect in general. Also, he subtly tried to get a message to people who surfing more than internet caf frequenters, who were in danger of hurting others:
“How can we expect respect from anyone-else, if we don’t respect each other here tonight?”
The band’s genuine nature and left wing ethos is epitomised in the chilling ‘After The Eulogy’ consisting of a battering bassline and stern lyrics as the band enquire:
“Where’s your anger? Where’s your fucking rage?”
That is a good question.