The official website of Dark Suburb Band, the latest rock band in the country, has had the content of its website removed after the husband of the ace musician, Akosua Agyepong – Prophet Daniel Larbi- revealed that the band is satanic.
‘Check the history of the group posted on their website and you will know that indeed, they are demonic. There is a spirit behind their skeleton skull, costume and their acts,’ Prophet Larbi disclosed on Pluzz FM .
Continuing, the Founder of House of God International Ministry and President of Worldwide Council of Prophetic Alliance added, ‘If Ghana embraces them, doom will befall the country. It is dangerous for our youth. As an ordinary person, you will say their style is unique, artistic, creative etc., but spiritually, they are satanic.’
Shortly after his pronouncement, the administrators of the website have removed all contents from the page. When BEATWAVES visited the site, there were no content but a note indicating that “this domain name expired on 24/04/2015 and is pending renewal or deletion.”
Prophet Larbi said on the Pink FM Entertainment Show that his investigations and findings into the genre of music being portrayed by the band proved they were satanic. According to him, rock music involves invocation of spirits.
But Rock band Dark Suburb is clearly not happy with the revelations of the prophet.
The reincarnated rock band group wrote on their social media pages that ‘this prophet watches too much Nigerian films; we wonder what he looks like behind his skin. Those who get it, get it. We rock on!! Satan is whatever man makes him/her and we must stop giving him/her credit for man’s awesomeness.’
Prophet Larbi said when the Dark Suburb group was performing at this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA), there was a change in atmosphere and he felt the presence of demons.
He has, therefore, called on men of God to pray against things that are satanic and has the possibility of influencing the life of Ghanaians negatively.
Dark Suburb is a new mysterious music band that has popped up in Ghana’s music industry. It is an alternative rock band caught between the worlds of the seen and the unseen, the living and the dead. The group’s members are not known except the leader, referred to as ‘high priest’. This is because they always perform behind the mask.
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