I’m not a huge fan of Glenn Danzig’s solo work. That’s the honest truth. I don’t have any of his previous albums - I’ve heard them, I just don’t have them. I haven’t bought an album that he sang on since Samhain. So what made me spend close to $20 on this new one? I’m not sure. It wasn’t the cover. Yeah, it looks cool but it ain’t Petagno or Giger. It wasn’t the famous Glenn Danzig name. As a matter of fact, it wasn’t even the fact that it had 666 in the album title. Something about this just grabbed me and I wasn’t able to put it down. Being one to trust my own instincts, I bought it. And I wasn’t disappointed. Danzig’s 6th full-length release is a beast worthy of the name Satan’s Child. It has just enough hard-driving Metal guitars, gloomy Gothic atmosphere, distorted Industrialized effects and plain old-fashioned memorability to make this one stick in your head and inside your CD player. Gothic people, take note. This is as dismal as the inside of a coffin. Metalheads, if you like your music dark and heavy, this one might just be for you.
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