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When Danzig, the band, grew out of the Misfits/Samhain lineage in 1987, Glenn Danzig went into the new project with even grander ambitions and a long-term design. His vision included a seven-album arc, each one meant to, in Glenn’s own words, “stand the test of time.” There is no doubt that Danzig, the man and the band, have done just that.
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  • Audio CD (June 21, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Evilive Records
  • ASIN: B001QGX1DU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (98 customer reviews)
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1. Hammer Of The Gods
2. The Revengeful
3. Rebel Spirits
4. Black Candy
5. On A Wicked Night
6. Deth Red Moon
7. Ju Ju Bone
8. Night Star Hel
9. Pyre Of Souls: Incanticle
10. Pyre Of Souls: Seasons Of Pain
11. Left Hand Rise Above

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Glenn Danzig is a name that permeates, infects, and ultimately makes strong, the very soul of hard rock. Through the legendary charge of his pre-Danzig days with the Misfits and Samhain, the man whose name helped form the very backbone of today's punk, rock and metal movements. The singer s music has consistently mutated high-tension hybrids into a focused whole; and it continues to evolve. The entirety of this work is continually studied and applied in today s metal and rock communities but as the saying goes: often imitated, never duplicated. Danzig s sphere of influence is something to marvel.



With over ten million albums sold, multiple world tours and influence beyond the realm of mortals comes Deth Red Sabaoth, Danzig s first album of new material in six years! With his Jim Morrison-goes-punk croon, signature visuals and raucous live shows the new album is a logical step forward in Danzig s musical growth. Laced with Glenn s lycanthropic growls and blues-inflected wailing, the music itself emits a spectral glow to rival the highest points in the man s extensive discography.

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This is one of the best Danzig records ever!
Old School
ALL THAT BEING SAID, what you have here is a good, solid effort with really good catchy songs.
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I think all danzig fans will enjoy this album.
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42 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Nick Dangerous on July 11, 2010
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Foreword

After the U-turn of `Blackacidevil' (1996) every Danzig album from `Satans Child' (1999) onwards has been hailed as a return to the style & form of the first four classic albums. Ironically, none of them sounded anything like the first four LPs and none of them were as good as Blackacidevil either. Following the dissolve of the Christ/Von/Biscuits line up, Blackacidevil was really more of a solo effort. Due to the popularity of `industrial' music in the 1990's D5 is often dismissed as a cash-in or as a sub-par NIN rip-off. But the truth is D5 was a fine album. Aside from the unique aural assault it provided it was also the last album on which Danzig's voice still sounded youthful and with its original full range and tracks like `The 7th House' & `Sacrifice' pulsated and pounded with a vitality not heard since. I rate D5 8/10.

On 6:66 Satans Child (1999) the main attraction of the band- Danzig's legendary howl seemed to be AWOL. 90% of the vocals on the album were either whispered, masked in filters or just sounded plain hoarse. Despite this, the nu metal stylings of the record combined with GD's songwriting did make for some cool tracks... but it tends to leave one wondering what could have been had the LP been tracked with stronger vocals.
6/10

777 I Luciferi (2002) This one was an improvement over SC. The second half of 777 was strong with some great songs, the first half? Not so great. See `Wicked Pussycat'. Longtime punk/hardcore veteran Todd Youth made his presence felt on guitar lending a more dark and thick sound to 777 than that of 6:66 and this also highlighted the direction in which the band was heading;- becoming `more metal' with each new album.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dons Word on August 12, 2010
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Good return for Danzig. Just as good if not better than 'Circle of Snakes'. The Vocals are what you expect, a couple tracks are a little repetitive or cheesy but overall it has a lot of the 'Danzig III/IV' era to it.

Overall:

The Good: 'Hammer of the Gods' is a good opener. 'Wicked Night' has a Dirty Black Summer vibe, 'The Revengeful' is a Prong styled gem with its slicing guitar notes, 'Rebel Spirits' is vintage Danzig and a good track. 'Night Star Hel' is a slow dirge. Sabbath style, slow, dreary but Danzig stamped. 'Left Hand Rise Above' Reminds me of 'Let it Be Captured' off IV and 'Goin Down to Die' from III mxed. Good song and a good tempered screaming vocal performance. Ends the disc well.

The Average: 'Deth Red Moon', tame and a slow point on the disc. I mean why bother at this point to try the softer sound thats formulaic? I don't know. Not very memorable, at least for me.
'Pyre of Souls', is an 11 minute 2 sectioned track with some decent guitar work, but the first section titled 'Intanticle' is overly grandiose yet forgettable. Decent guitar work again, but it drags a bit and the production does not allot for this type of stuff on this disc. Just doesn't fit well. The second part 'Seasons Of Pain' is good, old school Danzig though, with good guitar work and a great, classic Vocal. It could have been trimmed by about 3 minutes though. Victor doesnt have the bluesy passion in his soloing to pull off the stretched out ending.

The Bad: 'Ju Ju Bone', 'Black Candy' (even with the squealing guitar), The production.

They went for 'RAW' once again and this is. Its a dirty listen.
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Mark on June 22, 2010
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Deth Red Sabaoth is the first proper studio album in 6 years. If you are an older Danzig fan you were put off by the last few studio efforts. Circle of Snakes could have been a great record- but perhaps it's greatest tragedy was the production. I still say that record wasn't as terrible as some whined it was but whatever...
Well- while it's not a triumphant return to what many call the classic-line up era BUT it's pretty darn close at times. The production and overall mood of the album feels somewhere between How The Gods Kill and the Thrall EP. At times it nearly knocks it out of the park: "Rebel Spirits"-is honestly one of the best songs Glenn has penned since the aforementioned "classic era"- Whether it's John Kelly's (Type O Negative) double kick , Tommy Victor's (Prong, Ministry) eerie arpeggios seeping through the speakers- & up front and powerful as ever Danzig himself- this is the first track that I really thought- Holy ****! The opener "Hammer of The God's" feels somewhat dull in the beginning it's not really until the big heavy middle section that the song becomes a dark anthem. Some of the backing vocal overdubs I could have lived without- otherwise a quite memorable song. (Think "long way back from hell", "Night besodom" and "godless")
That seems to be the theme here- anthems, catchy choruses, heavy guitars and creepiness. "Black Candy" features Glenn Danzig on drums- it has an attitude that reminds me of "Cantspeak" only no whiny lyrics and a heavier sound. It does feel a little cheesy -ie "Just like you're losing your mind, black candy is so hard to find". It is catchy- but is black candy really that hard to find?
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Nov 9, 2010 by Metal B. Thyname |  See all 2 posts
"Long Dark Road"
In 2038 on Lost Tracks of Danzig II. Seriously though, hopefully he's saving it for the blues record he keeps talking about doing with Jerry Cantrell or Hank III. Then again, it may get boxed off and left in a dark corner of his dungeon only to be released posthumously when his castle goes for... Read More
Jun 23, 2010 by Chris Powers |  See all 3 posts
What is this??
Read the product description on the page. It says:
"Extremely limited edition fan box set that includes the digipak version of the album with a certificate of authenticity. The box is a porcelin type of material in the shape like a tombstone with artwork. 11 tracks."

The only extras... Read More
Jun 13, 2010 by Michael |  See all 4 posts
info correct?
Release date for 6/22 is correct. As for the imports, those will likely have an extra song or two like most imports. Possibility of bonus dvd with any of imports is unknown. Even if there was, it would be useless to get it unless you have a region-free dvd player. Just stick to the US version,... Read More
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