lack Laden Crown is the eleventh studio album, and the tenth of all-new original material, by American heavy metal band Danzig, scheduled for release on May 26, 2017. Black Laden Crown will be the band's first album of original material since Deth Red Sabaoth (2010), marking the longest gap between two studio albums in their career, as well as their first release with drummer Joey Castillo since I Luciferi (2002). The album took three years to complete, with the recording sessions beginning in February 2014. Black Laden Crown was recorded with four different drummers (Castillo, Johnny Kelly, Karl Rockfist and Dirk Verbeuren) while the bass parts were handled by Tommy Victor.
A nearly illiterate woman becomes one of the founders of Poland's Solidarity union
A nearly illiterate woman becomes one of the founders of Poland's Solidarity union.
Skeletons is the tenth studio album by the American heavy metal band Danzig, released in November 2015 and consisting entirely of cover versions of songs from the 1960s through 1980s, selected by singer Glenn Danzig – 10 cover versions of Black Sabbath, Elvis Presley, Aerosmith, ZZ Top, The Troggs, The Everly Brothers and many more…
Industrial? Dance? Techno? Metal? Call it what you will but I take it for what it is, an entirely new genre of dark, intelligently composed, energetic, and extremely "Danzable" music which cannot be ignored as some of the greatest compilations of sounds that ANYONE has put together. It is inconceivable and incomprehensible for an artist to completely change the genre which was comfortable and also genuinely working for the message which was being portrayed, yet, that is exactly what Danzig has done with this piece of genius which (along with its mother album BlackAciDevil) will always be remembered as the misfit album of the Misfit's former lead man, Glenn Danzig…(amazon.com)
Danzig debuts with a record of simple, pounding, bluesy metal featuring lead singer Glenn Danzig's trademark Elvis-meets-Jim Morrison bellow and outlandishly dark, evil lyrics. There isn't a great deal of musical variety or complexity here, but the band powers its way through such signature tunes as "Twist of Cain," "Am I Demon," and the (future) hit "Mother" with a primal energy…
"Danzig" is the 1988 debut album of the American heavy metal band Danzig, led by Glenn Danzig who was formerly the songwriter and vocalist of The Misfits and Samhain. The album was also the first release on producer Rick Rubin's new label Def American Recordings. Def American's successor, American Recordings reissued the album in the USA and UK in 1998.