AND THEN, Rob Zombie made a special version of his fourth solo album, Hellbilly Deluxe 2, which you don't need to listen to the first Hellbilly Deluxe to not enjoy. And on that album, he gave us even more backstory for Michael Myers, with a song called "Michael." It's an industrial metal song tune from the point of view of Michael Myers, 'cause Rob Zombie gonna Rob Zombie, and hoo, boy, is it terrible.
I don't want to say that the universe doesn't need a song where Rob Zombie groans the internal monologue of a murderer from a horror movie that he remade, because I can't see the future. I don't know what "Michael" has to offer future generations, and if it's meant to be the point in time that humanity eventually looks back on and says "Yeah, that's where shit started to turn," I don't want to wish it away. However, if we're talking about whether the character of Michael Myers specifically needs it, I feel like I can pretty definitely say that no, Michael Myers does not benefit from "I dream pitch black. Sleep of misery."
Now, in Rob Zombie's Halloween movies, Michael Myers only says one word: "DIE!", which he yells as he's stabbing someone. That's fitting. If I were a seven-foot-tall, unkillable redneck, that's probably what I'd go with as well. But it's odd that Michael Myers' thoughts are emo band first drafts. "Pain inside my head. The hell I'm forced to live." I don't know, man. Bullets don't hurt you, your dead mom is back to hang out, and you obviously enjoy your hobbies. I'm not quite sure that I buy that you're so unhappy. Maybe instead of "DIE!" you should've gone with something like "Taking Back Sunday's early work really spoke to me."
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That's a man with a lot of opinions about post-2003 Brand New.