Hand Of Doom: Version - Danzig - Danzig 5: Blackacidevil

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Don't get me wrong, I love industrial, but where did Danzig go? Still some really good songs if you like the genre. Add all to Wantlist Remove all from Wantlist. Have: Want: Avg Rating: 3. My Industrial collection by zappatton2. METAL by jean Heavy Metal wanted by VinylKnights. OLO albums by oscarloen9.

See All You Were. This is def his worst album. The next one, Satan's Child was def better. If everyone hits Hand Of Doom: Version - Danzig - Danzig 5: Blackacidevil sometime or other, then this was it for Danzig.

Talk about the lowest of lows. Now don't get me wrong, Glenn has put out some spectacular music in the past 40 some years, some of it is still untouched by these newer bands claiming they are punk like some "Green" band we all know or says their Alternative Goth too masny to list here!!

And in my opinion, no one has ever come close to making anything worthwhile like he did back in the day. Tuesday 8 October Wednesday 9 October Thursday 10 October Friday 11 October Saturday 12 October Sunday 13 October Monday 14 October Tuesday 15 October Wednesday 16 October Thursday 17 October Friday 18 October Saturday 19 October Sunday 20 October Monday 21 October Tuesday 22 October Wednesday 23 October Thursday 24 October Friday 25 October Saturday 26 October Sunday 27 October Monday 28 October Tuesday 29 Hand Of Doom: Version - Danzig - Danzig 5: Blackacidevil Wednesday 30 October Thursday 31 October Friday 1 November Saturday 2 November Sunday 3 November Monday 4 November Tuesday 5 November Wednesday 6 November Thursday 7 November Friday 8 November Saturday 9 November Sunday 10 November Monday 11 November Tuesday 12 November Wednesday 13 November Thursday 14 November Friday 15 November Saturday 16 November Sunday 17 November Monday 18 November Tuesday 19 November Hollywood Records.

September 20, CMJ New Music. Icons of Fright. January August 25, Fall Metal Maniacs. October 15, Miami New Times. Thrall: Demonsweatlive Sacrifice. Live on the Black Hand Side. The Lost Tracks of Danzig. Archive de la Morte Il Demonio Nera. The latter doesn't work terribly well, because other than a change in drumming halfway through it doesn't seem to go anywhere.

The compelling Closer "Ashes" is based around piano, and recalls Glenn's Black Aria more than any of his band work. The real highlight is the Black Sabbath cover "Hand of Doom". The crunchy industrial sound works really well to emphasize the ominous and hypnotic nature of the verses, and they throw in some great new guitar solos.

The original version doesn't really have a whole lot to recommend it "Sacrifice" and "Hand of Doom" are the only essential cutsbut the bonus tracks on the reissue make it worthwhile. On the downside, "Don't Be Afraid" is just stupid, and "Ashes" makes a much better closing track. The Verdict: In all, it was an interesting experiment, even if it was very hit and miss. Glenn Danzig has been know to basically rewrite the rules of any genre he's ever done. When he was heavy metal he totally re-did everything.

On this excellent effort he rewrote the industrial Hand Of Doom: Version - Danzig - Danzig 5: Blackacidevil subgenre as we know it. The album is very dark and seems to hold many sex-related songs and lyrics. I could imagine this album being played whilst a man is whipped in all leather with a dominatrix headbanging to it.

The content is a step in a different direction considerering the previous releases and with consideration to the ones to come, the only Danzig album that holds lyrics to purely tread these kind of waters. Sex seems to play a major role in the albums content with tracks such as 'Serpentia', which sounds like it's about pure lust used with the allusion of serpents going with a biblical-lust connection here, 'Sacrifice', listening to the song itself is all the explanation, and '7th House', which I half imagine is about a brothel or makes a prostitution connection somewhere.

The album also has sadder, melancholy songs which make every Danzig album complete. These songs are 'Come To Silver', originally written for Johnny Cash but Hand Of Doom: Version - Danzig - Danzig 5: Blackacidevil down, has an infamous bluesy sorrow sound mixed with the industrial sound of this entire album making a new type of dark blues, and 'Ashes', on this track the guitars take a back seat and the piano owns the tune with a very slow and deep sounding piano that is accompanied with a howling wind sound that just makes your spine crawl with chills so bad you'll wanna curl up in Hell to warm up.

One plus to this album is that Alice in Chains guitarist Jerry Cantrell joins on several tracks such as 'Come To Boys Are At It Again - Various - MidCoast Takeover 2014, where he adds plenty of awesome Dadastepmastaz - Vzyalsoundsystem - Dadastep Tunez solos, 'See All You Were', and the half rewrite, half Sabbath cover 'Hand Hand Of Doom: Version - Danzig - Danzig 5: Blackacidevil Doom' which has very grotesque lyrics instead of the Patina (Jonas Kopp Remix) - Emmanuel - Patina & Trilogy anti-heroin stance this song proposed Hand Of Doom: Version - Danzig - Danzig 5: Blackacidevil the hands of Ozzy and the Sabbath crew.

Frat Boys - Tear It Up - Nothing To Nothing track 'Deeper', either found on The X-Files compilation or the re-issue of the album, contains vocals closer to the norm for Glenn, a very nice beat, and a heavy guitar track to join in the stop-go-stop of the song.

I do find very few flaws with the album. To start was the original cover art. I own the much better looking re-issue which seems to better fit the atmosphere of the album.

Another is the vocal effects on 'See All You Were' which totally hide the lyrics in the track. I had to look up the lyrics to really understand what was being said.

One flaw is 'Don't Be Afraid' with it's terrible vocal effects which can make anyone debate whether words are actually being formed or mumbling is present.

To my surprise 'Don't Be Afraid' actually had lyrics which I had to, once again, look for to see what they were. But, I digress, the programming on 'Don't Be Afraid' is quite catchy. Other than these few things I find nothing wrong with the album. This album changed industrial metal for me.


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  1. About “Hand Of Doom: Version”. (Unreviewed) This is a “cover” of Hand of Doom by Black Sabbath that uses none of the original lyrics. While the original is about drug addiction, especially among soldiers with PTSD, this version is about killing a girl to engage in necrophilia.
  2. Jul 22,  · No matter how much Danzig seems to be trying to botch his own legacy these days, he will never make an album worse than Blackacidevil. The idea of Danzig going industrial is appealing enough as seen with "Cantspeak" and “Sadistikal” off the fourth album, but this album’s abrasive production combined with questionable effects and unmemorable songwriting make for a very poor execution/5(21).
  3. Danzig 5 - blackacidevil - Radio Promo: 1. 7th House 2. Blackacidevil 3. See All You Were 4. Sacrifice 5. Hint Of Her Blood 6. Serpentia 7. Come To Silver 8. Hand Of Doom 9. Power Of Darkness Ashes. Glenn Danzig - vocals, guitars, bass, keyboards Joey Castillo - drums Joseph Bishara - keyboards and programming Josh Lazie - bass on Sacrifice.
  4. Hand Of Doom. Slip the knife right in. Blood is running red. Cut the stomach right. I start to crawl inside. Pull the skin apart. Now it's getting hard. Start to slip right in.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Danzig 5: Blackacidevil on Discogs/5(6).
  6. Glenn Danzig recorded his vocal track for the song in a single take. "Hand of Doom" is a cover of the Black Sabbath song, with new lyrics and musical arrangements by Glenn Danzig. Danzig explained his changes to the original version: "I didn't want people to think it's just a cover I started improvising and twisted the dahhhh.daizahnishndarmeztizuru.infoinfo: Heavy metal, industrial metal.
  7. A major problem is that Danzig electronically distorts the sound of his voice on several tracks. The tracks that are least experimental are the best. I recommend downloading the following songs: Come to Silver, Sacrifice, Ashes, and Hand of Doom. Despite its flaws, blackacidevil is not as bad as some claim.
  8. Aug 21,  · Danzig 5: Blackacidevil Come to Silver- Hand of Doom- Sacrifice-Serpentia. I would recommend purchasing this Danzig cd to any Danzig fan to add to their collection or buy as a great gift for family or friends.. \m/ I came across "Blackacidevil" and saw that it was a collaboration with Jerry Cantrell of "Alice in Chains". The two make an /5(17).
  9. Jun 02,  · referencing Danzig 5: Blackacidevil, CD, Album, very underrated Danzig work! Glen may be a egozentric motherfucker, but this work is only one evidence of his most innovative genius (beside his ambient, classical work and comic ambitions)/5().
  10. Jun 02,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Danzig 5: Blackacidevil on Discogs/5(52).

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