Here’s To My Sweet Satan: The 15 Creepiest Backwards Messages In Classic Rock

by (@JordanRuntagh)
12. “Final Scream” by Grim Reaper (1985)
Immediately after the child’s voice says “Goodnight, Daddy,” a series of low growling gibberish is heard. In reverse, it sounds an awful lot like “See you in hell!” Pretty spooky, but it could also be seen as a homage to their previous album of the same name.

 

11. “Gonna Raise Hell” by Cheap Trick (1979)
The nine-minute epic contains a hidden backwards message that allegedly says, “You know Satan holds the keys to the lock.” Sadly, we can’t find a clip on YouTube, but this .MP3 should do the trick…

 

10. “Stormbringer” by Deep Purple (1974)
According to legend, this album opener kicks off with the same gibberish spoken by Linda Blair in the horror classic, The Exorcist.  Played backwards, it sounds an awful lot like “C–ksucker, motherf–er, stormbringer!” Which is just the kind of thing that we’d expect a child possessed by Satan to say.