The band's singer, Jonathan Davis, has stated that the song is about a painful experience of being molested as a child and not being believed. However, he denied it was about physical or sexualabuse at the hands of his father, and the title and some concepts within the song stem from his parents not believing him. The song caused many to assume that Jonathan's father Rick Davis had molested his son. It is a source of embarrassment for Rick, though his son has gone on the record in many interviews saying it was actually written about a family friend. Jonathan and Rick both decided not to say who the person was.
In an early Kerrang! magazine interview, Davis commented on the song:
"When I was a kid, I was being abused by somebody else and I went to my parents and told them about it, and they thought I was lying and joking around. They never did shit about it. They didn't believe it was happening to their son.... I don't really like to talk about that song. This is as much as I've ever talked about it...."
In an interview with Rolling Stone, Davis stated that he is comfortable performing the song now. Davis has also uploaded a video discussing the song to YouTube. In the video, he said that the abuser was his babysitter; who had since died
This is from the last album of a Christian band Vengeance Rising. It was fronted by Roger Martinez, a devout Christian and a pastor.
The vocals in this song are like someone in Hell yelling HELP ME, PLEASE, ANYBODY, HELP ME over and over again.
After this album Roger Martinez became a Satanic Atheist (by his own words) and started to work on an album called Realms of Blasphemy that never ended up getting done and released.
Also, from the band's wiki: The album [Realms of Blasphemy] had a strong satanic and anti-Christian theme, sporting titles such as: "Synagogues for Satan" and "Blaspheme the Holy Ghost".
After the September 11, 2001 attacks occurred, Martinez offered free albums from his website for military personnel to encourage a "holy war against Christians".
I came into this thread to see if anyone posted Korn, but I was thinking of this song.
Lead singer Jon Davis used to work as an autopsy assistant at a coroner's office. One day he saw a dead baby come in. She had been raped and beaten by her father, and her legs were bent behind her like a doll. Davis recalled:
"She was an 11-month-old little baby girl. Her legs were broken back behind her, and he had raped her like a toy doll and chucked her in the bathroom. It was the most heinous thing I've ever seen in my life and I still have nightmares about it.