Yeah as well as the Totenkopf design ("Death's Head"-traditional military insignia most famously used by the SS), Tears of Gaia also used the Algiz rune, adopted by the Nazis for their insignia and literature. Both of these symbols are still in use today by contemporary neo-Nazi scum.
Both symbols have a history that goes back much further than their adoption by the Nazis, so perhaps it was an attempt to reclaim these symbols...but without an explanation to clarify that, it seems pretty stupid.
However it's more likely that they were just Death in June fans and wanted to use these symbols because they thought they looked cool when DiJ used them, as the Totenkopf used by TOG is just an expropriated Death in June Totenkopf logo.
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a 'Natural Order' might be attracted to. But again, it's probably just a mixture of being DiJ fans and wanting to be a bit controversial.
I actually wondered if TOG ever even officially used the Totenkopf, as the only picture I've seen of it assossciated with them seems to be on a bootleg shirt? And were any symbols other than these used on this demo? Any ideas?
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