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Fire and brimstone is an idiomatic expression of God's wrath in the Bible.

Fire and Brimstone may refer to:

Music

  • "Fire and Brimstone", a song by Link Wray on his eponymous 1971 album, Link Wray, covered by many other artists including The Neville Brothers and The Bootleggers
  • "Fire and Brimstone", a song by Dropkick Murphys originally as a 1997 EP, re-released on the 2000 album The Singles Collection, Volume 1
  • "Fire and Brimstone", a song by Chris Bailey performed by The Saints on the 1988 album Prodigal Son
  • "Fire and Brimstone", a song by David Blake performed by rapper DJ Quik on the 2011 album The Book of David
  • "Fire and Brimstone", a song by Bride on the 1988 album Live to Die
  • "Fire and Brimstone", a song by Dragonland on the 2011 album Under the Grey Banner
  • "Fire and Brimstone", a song by Black Lungs on the 2008 album Send Flowers
  • "Fire and Brimstone", a song by Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews on the 2013 album Say That to Say This

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