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Heart Of The Devil - Danzig - Danzig III - How The Gods Kill (CD, Album)



Label: American Recordings - 74321 24843 2 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Rock & Roll, Hard Rock, Punk
Heart Of The Devil - Danzig - Danzig III - How The Gods Kill (CD, Album)

 · Danzig III: How The Gods Kill (LP, Album)Def American Recordings: UK & Europe: Danzig III: How The Gods Kill (CD, Album, VHS, NTSC, Dolby, Box Set, Limited Edition, Special Edition)Def American Recordings, Def American Recordings, Def American Recordings: 9 , , US: Danzig III: How The Gods Kill (Cassette, Album).

Danzig III: How the Gods Kill is the third album by American heavy metal band Danzig, and the highest to chart at the time of its release in on Def American Recordings. It was reissued in by Def American's successor, American : Heavy metal, blues rock, hard rock.

The best section of this CD is tracks 2 thru 6. Anything, Bodies, How the Gods Kill, Dirty Black Summer, and Left Hand Black. It's electrifying and spine tingling! The vocal style of Glenn Danzig is kind of like Jim Morrison on steroids. A bit strong at times, but fits the music perfectly. Do yourself a favor and pick up Danzig 3 How the Gods Kill/5().

 · Danzig III: How the Gods Kill Review. by Steve Huey. Featuring disturbing cover art from H.R. Giger, Danzig 's third album continues to expand the band's musical range; rather than pounding away at simple blues riffs, the atmospheric title track (yet another rewrite of "Twist of Cain," this time at a slower tempo) and the haunting ballad "Sistinas" attempt to match their music with the darkness of .

 · Continuing their paths of progression, Danzig's 3rd album, How the Gods Kill, shows the artistic and most progressive peak of the band with the classic line-up before fading into experimental obscurity. Elements from the debut and Lucifuge are both present here, but the band's sound has grown progressivbely darker and harder to digest.


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