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Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Brion Lydon, Nov 19, 2001.
Anyone into Danzig here?
I loved their earlier albums but that is about it. I have always found them to be a little on the silly side (Sort of like Spinal Tap only in the case of Danzig, the humor is not intentional) but never the less they put out some killer riffs in their time.
Their newest album isn't that bad, in fact I think it is pretty good. It's called 6:66 Satan's Child. Check it out.
I've been a fan of Danzig since they formed (1990?). Their (well, let's be honest, Glenn's) albums led me to Glenn's other work, and I love it all. Everything form the Misfits and Samhain box sets, to all eight Danzig albums (even Danzig 5, which I've grown to appreciate). I even bought his classical album "Black Aria".
I'm a big fan, but I too agree he should take himself less seriously.
Hey Mick, do you have the newly remastered version of Blackacidevil?
I picked it up and it is a deffinite improvement over the original release. It also contains three extra songs that weren't on the original release.
Although I did not care for the album, I am surprised that BLACKACID DEVIL needed remastering so soon. That album is not very old. I guess the label must of rushed the thing out. I wish record companies would get these things done right the first time around.
Where the earlier albums also remastered?
I like some of Danzig's stuff. He made the Misfits though. The Misfits stuff with Danzig is the only great Mistfits music. Everything with Micheal Graves is beyond terrible. Just my 2 cents. Peace
Well for all us Danzig fans the following news should be welcomed. I found this news on a site www.rockreunion.com
I'm eagerly awaiting Danzig 7. If it is anything like 6:66 Satan's Child than it should be good.
To Brett...I like the "new" Misfits with Michael Graves. He is no Glenn Danzig but he isn't that bad.
And to Brad...Thats cool that you're a Slipknot fan. Being from Iowa I see lots of Slipknot shirts and hats around. In fact I work at the guitar shop that Mick taught at. Unfortunately, I didn't start working there until after he left but I did see him whenever I would go in for my guitar lessons which is pretty cool.
Brion, that's cool! Are they from Iowa or something. Call me ignorant.
Yes they are from Iowa. Kind of hard to believe.
Very hard. Although, I went to Atlanta, Georgia about 2 weeks ago to see System of a Down play and, of course, almost everyone had a southren accent. It's just hard for some of us "Northerners" to believe that people with Southeren accents don't always listen to country music. It's a complete stereotype and I don't actually believe it, but still it was weird when the group I was hanging out with down there were saying, "ya'll this" and what-not in heavy southeren drawls, but listened to hard-core metal and death.