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Danzig II - Lucifuge
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|From: Doghouse Reilly
||Date: April 23, 2021 at 14:37|
|Danzig experiment with their stripped-down, bluesy metal formula on this second album, adding some clean guitar sections and upping the blues quotient. Songs like "Long Way Back From Hell," "Snakes Of Christ," and "Her Black Wings" could have appeared on the debut (and all are highlights). But beginning with "Devil's Plaything," you have a string of several songs that have long, acoustic intros that tend to run together rather than set themselves apart. The pure blues of "I'm The One" does leave an impression, as something different. "Killer Wolf" tries to do the same with an electric-blues feel, but Glenn really hams it up on the vocals and comes off sounding silly. This is a good disc overall, and that creepy-carnival atmosphere is always enjoyable. Your mileage may vary though, as to whether it's a stylistic breakthrough after the more one-dimensional debut.
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