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Danzig 3 How The Gods Kill
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||Date: January 28, 2003 at 3:02|
|Just listen to this one,and surely you would say! Danzig is one of the best!!!!!!!
||Date: March 27, 2003 at 21:11|
|Danzig is the man!! However, if you ever meet a girl that is, like, REALLY into Danzig, run the other way as fast as you can. I speak from experience.
||Date: September 5, 2003 at 4:01|
|There wouldnīt be any slipknots without D A N Z I G. Anyway, this cd rocks too. Not good as two previous, but still great Danzig! My favīs on this one: Godless, Anything, Left Hand Black, When The Dying Calls.
|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: April 23, 2021 at 14:49|
|Danzig 3 improves on the previous album in that the sound is pretty much identical, but the songs are more consistent, at least to my ears. "Godless" and "Siinas" just have that backwoods-horror atmosphere that Danzig were so good at back then, while "Dirty Black Summer" (a big hit on MTV and metal radio) and "Left Hand Black" bring the RIFFS! The title track combines both these elements, adding lots of those screeching harmonics that John Christ was so good at. These first few albums were such sinister fun! I don't think Glenn gets enough credit for inspiring the current scene of occult rock like Ghost and Uncle Acid and the Deadbeats. However, I read the comment from "Titty" above and had to laugh. Yep, he's not wrong.
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