Inanna Abused

The first single from our new album “Slower Father” is “Abused in the Garden of Love”. An explicit story from the dawn of civilization! An ancient Sumerian legend feauring Goddess Inanna inspired us for this one.

Single cover for Abused in the garden of love featuring Goddess Inanna

The young son of a farmer saw the Goddess sleeping under a tree, in the garden that he was supposed to work that day. Her beauty mesmerised him and he went for it… He undressed her and made love to her as she slept. When he was finished, he realised the foulness of his deed and fled the scene. Inanna did not wake up during the raping, because she was very tired, but when she woke up, she knew what had happened. She turned the whole kingdom upside down to find the guy and when she found him, she sealed his fate.

Some of the song’s lyrics are actually from the original poem, dating more than 5.000 years old! Also the single’s cover features the first genaration Sumerian symbol – letter for “woman” and “vagina”.

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I was heading for work in the gardens

But when I got there, the seedlings had failed

I was totally stroked by disaster

And once again by the sight of a solitary ghost

Oh, I should have gone away, but I was smitten by her

The sight, a marvel, as she slept

I felt like I was born again

I stepped a bit closer, my eyes fixed on her

Her vulva portrayed, how blessed I felt there

I gently undressed her, in loving despair

And I slipped in her womb

Yes, I came in her womb as she slept

Dog, pig! Her voice is piercing me

How did you dare to touch me against my will?

Dog, pig! So, you shall die before me

A farmer’s boy can’t rape his goddess and live

Oh, I should have gone away, but I was smitten by her

The sight, a marvel, as she slept

I felt like I was born again

Sinnerman cover

Motherfaster recorded a Sinnerman cover in their new album “Slower Father”.

Sinnerman cover song from Motherfaster's new album

“Sinnerman”, or “Sinner man” is an African-American traditional spiritual song, that has been performed by many artists. The lyrics describe a sinner attempting to hide from divine justice on judgement day. The song’s most famous version was made by the great Nina Simone. We poured some molten metal over it and here it is!

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Oh, sinnerman, where you gonna run to?
Sinnerman where you gonna run to?
Where you gonna run to?
All on that day
Well I run to the rock
Please hide me, I run to the rock
Please hide me Lord
All on that day
But the rock cried out
I can’t hide you, the rock cried out
I ain’t gonna hide you guy
All on that day
I said rock
What’s the matter with you rock?
Don’t you see I need you, rock?
Lord, Lord, Lord
All on that day
So I run to the river
It was bleedin’, I run to the sea… all on that day
So I run to the river
It was boilin’, I run to the sea… all on that day
So I run to the Lord
Please hide me, Lord
Don’t you see me prayin’?
Don’t you see me down here prayin’?
But the Lord said
Go to the Devil, the Lord said
Go to the Devil
He said go to the Devil
All on that day
So I ran to the Devil
He was waitin’, I ran to the Devil… all on that day

Well, I run to the river
It was boilin’, I run to the sea… all on that day
So I ran to the Lord
I said Lord, hide me
Please hide me
Please help me, all on that day
He said, child
Where were you?
When you oughta have been prayin’
I said Lord, Lord
Hear me prayin’, Lord, Lord… all on that day
Sinnerman, you oughta be prayin’
Outghta be prayin’, sinnerman
Oughta be prayin’, all on that day

New Album Press Release

The time has come for the second Motherfaster album! Entitled “Slower Father”, it is recorded at Pentagram studio. George Emmanuel handled the mixing/mastering duties. As a result, we give you nine explicit, dirty stories gilded with a mix of heavy metal – hard rock music. Motherfaster’s second record is taking their signature sound one step further. Ruder, dirtier, heavier.

The first single “Abused in the garden of love” will be released on November 11 and “Slower Father” on December 2, 2019.


  1. Stash the cash
  2. Abused in the garden of love
  3. Shotgun blast
  4. Bull on a parachute
  5. Crocoblues
  6. Snitches get stitches (I smell a rat)
  7. Kamikaze rider
  8. Evil eye removal
  9. Sinnerman (Cover)

Listen to “Slower Father” on: Spotify | Apple Music | Amazon Music

Here are some quotes from the press about “Slower father”:

“…I will abandon the effort to describe it using other bands and I will tell you that Slower Father sounds like a Tarantino movie soundtrack, that has action scenes, but also those slow motion shots when the hero kills everybody in the bar…” – Rock Hard

“A release that has freshness, beautyful ideas and the passion that the heavy metal sound needs.” – Metal Zone

“Motherfaster’s second album has the prestige of intoxicating music. It is riveting you and it succeeds to create so many images in your mind, that can be transcribed into a story.” – Noizy

Check out some videos:

Lyric video for “Abused in the garden of love”. An explicit story from the dawn of civilization! Inspired by an ancient Sumerian legend, it tells the tale of Goddess Inanna’s raping by a farmer’s young son.

Audio video for “Kamikaze Rider”. The 80’s/90’s Greek motorcycle riders (also known as Kamikaze) inspired us for this one and we dedicate this song to them. God bless your reckless souls!

Pre-save the album on Spotify:

Motherfaster cover black metal legends

Black metal cover "Blood is thicker than water"

Motherfaster recorded a black metal cover! Impaled Nazarene’s magnum opus “Blood is thicker than water”, performed in the band’s unique way, but preserving the original magic and might. A love drama that unfolds during amazing guitar riffs. George Emmanuel engineered, mixed and mastered the song. Enjoy the video!

Lyrics (Original):

Lost in memories, of forgotten love
On hot summer night we were swimming naked under a moon
Lost in dreams, deep pain inside
The picture of deep love burning in my mind

And heavens cried for my love
The night was still as I lifted her body on shore

Nothing to live for, I’m better off dead
I can’t bear the pressure living without you my love

And heavens opened for myself
The night was black as I pulled the trigger of my gun


This version of “Blood is thicker than water” is a black metal cover song performed by Motherfaster from Greece.

Originally written and performed by Impaled Nazarene from Finland.

Drums, guitar and bass recorded at Esoteron studio. Vocals recorded at After Dusk studio.

Engineered, mixed and mastered by George Emmanuel.

Year: 2016


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Short Bio:

Motherfaster is the result of a bad idea, that its three creators had, after a jam session during the end of 2011.  They are based in Athens with the common purpose to extract the dirtiest side of their souls and present it as an audio insult.

They recorded their debut in early 2014. George Emmanuel was the sound engineer and Jeffro Lackscheide mixed and mastered the album. In November 2014 the first single “The nymph and the god” was featured in Terrorizer magazine (Issue 254), along with legendary metal bands Exodus and Obituary. The album was released on February 24, 2015.

In the summer of 2016, they covered Impaled Nazarene’s magnum opus “Blood is thicker than water”.

Motherfaster is: Paminos – Vox + Bass | Bill – Guitar | Jim – Drums