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donderdag 29 juli 2010
DANZIG: Deth Red Sabaoth

Release: 2010-06-25
Style: Heavy Metal
Country: US
Playing Time: 52:07
Review by: Danny
Translated by: Danny
Rating: 7,5/10


After six years, Danzig is back, if we don’t count the “Lost Tracks of Danzig” from 2007, which was only a collection of old songs from his archives.
If you know Danzig, you know what you can expect from him. A good, heavy album with solid, excellently composed tracks but with a very dirty sound. Apparently, that’s the sound he wants, because he is doing the production himself. Isn’t it time to ask a professional producer? I think his music would improve a lot. Songs like “Mother” and “Dirty Black Summer” and a lot of other Danzig tracks were excellent fifteen years ago, but nowadays, people are used to a lot better quality.
Although, I have to admit, that you can get used to the sound after many auditions, but still with the thought lingering in your head, that it could be better.
The opening track “Hammer of the Gods” is a great track, with an excellent rocking drive but there’s an instrumental middle part in which nothing much happens.
“The Revengeful” starts off with an addictive riff, because Danzig certainly knows to use some real rocking riffs that stay in your head and this time Tommy Victor shows he is an excellent guitar player, a skill he should have used during the rather boring middle part of the first track. “Rebel Spirits” gives Johnny Kelly a chance to show off on his drums, while Danzig is singing this song as if he doesn’t really like it.
Sometimes certain parts are repeated too often. During “On a wicked Night”, the title is constantly sung, until you really like to skip the track.
With Danzig, there’s a fine line between utter brilliance and eternal boredom. “Ju ju Bone”, a bluesy rocksong crosses the line towards the brilliant side.
The intro of the two part track “Pyre of Souls” is too long and boring, while Part 2 is probably the best song of the album.
If you can live with the sound of Danzig, then you can certainly buy this album. Danzig fans certainly will, because they have been waiting six years for this new release.



01. Hammer Of The Gods 5:21
02. The Revengeful 4:11
03. Rebel Spirits 3:59
04. Black Candy 4:09
05. On A Wicked Night 4:02
06. Deth Red Moon 3:58
07. Ju Ju Bone 4:46
08. Night Star Hel 6:42
09. Pyre Of Souls Pt. I. - Incanticle 3:18
10. Pyre Of Souls Pt. II. - Season Of Pain 7:18
11. Left Hand Rise Above 4:23


Glenn Danzig: Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Keyboards, Songwriter
Johnny Kelly: Drums, Percussion
Steve Zing: Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals
Tommy Victor: Lead Guitar


Deth Red Sabaoth (2010)
Lost Tracks of Danzig (2007)
Circle of Snakes (2004)
777 I Luciferi (2002)
6:66 Satan’s Child (1999)
V Backacidevil (1996)
IV Vorschau (1994)
III How The Gods Kill (1992)
II Lucifuge (1990)
Danzig (1988)

Geplaatst door danny op donderdag 29 juli 2010 - 19:33:43
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