Danzig - How The Gods Play album flac
|3||Left Hand Black||4:06|
|4||Snakes Of Christ||4:04|
|5||Dirty Black Summer||4:07|
|6||How The Gods Kill||6:15|
|8||Do You Wear The Mark||4:35|
|11||Her Black Wings||4:38|
|12||Twist Of Cain||3:47|
|14||Am I Demon||5:02|
|15||When Death Had No Name||5:12|
|16||Long Way Back From Hell||4:08|
NotesLive in Tilburg 14/09/1992.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5450162103166
- Matrix / Runout: ** SE 316 ** 93042201/01
- Rights Society: GEMA
|SE 316||Danzig||How The Gods Play (CD, Unofficial)||Dead Dog Records||SE 316||Germany||1993|
|SE 316||Danzig||How The Gods Play (CD, Unofficial)||Bundy Records||SE 316||Germany||1993|
From The Album Danzig III How The Gods Kill.
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Modifier l'album Reporter une erreur. Nom de l'album How the Gods Play. Date de parution 1992. Labels Bundy Records Dead Dog Records. Membres possèdant cet album1. Live in Tilburg 14/09/1992.
Danzig III: How the Gods Kill is the third album by Glenn Danzig's band Danzig, and the highest to chart at the time of its release in 1992 on Def American Recordings. It was reissued in 1998 by Def American's successor, American Recordings. How the Gods Kill was a departure from the previous Danzig albums and featured more of a doom and gothic metal sound.
How The Gods Kill opens the album with an almost 7 minute track by the name of Godless. The guitar work is just as solid as past releases, John Christ playing around with his guitar to provide a heavy base for the music. Low to mid tempo at best, Christ provides a lot of catchy rhythms with infectious grooves and plenty of jaw dropping solos for the guitar purists. His lyrics have dropped the comedic aspects from the zombie horror flick oriented number Astro Zombies from his Misfits days to bleaker subjects. The drum work from Chuck is nothing short of expected but played pretty well according to the tempo changes. He can play fast when he needs to and slow when the song calls for it. I have no complaints. The bass work is kind of drowned out for the most part unfortunately, something I was disappointed in but occasionally Eerie Von is heard and plays a cool bass line from time to time.
Album Danzig III: How the Gods Kill. How The Gods Kill Lyrics. If you feel alive in a darkened room Do you know the name of your solitude? If you ain't got the answer, if you don't know the truth If you want the power, then let it flow through. Would you let it go? Oh, would you let it go? Oh, would you let it go? Oh, would you let it go? They cannot end this mourning of my life Show me how the gods kill Yeah.
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Lyrics to "How The Gods Kill" song by Danzig: if you feel alive in a darkened room do you know the name of your solitude if you ain't got the answ. would you let it go would you let it go they cannot end this mourning of my life show me how the gods kill. if you feel alive if you got no fear do you know the name of the one you seek if you want the answer if you want the truth look inside your empty soul there you'll find the noose. album: "Danzig III: How The Gods Kill" (1992). Godless Anything Bodies How The Gods Kill Dirty Black Summer Left Hand Black Heart Of The Devil Sistinas Do You Wear The Mark When The Dying Calls.
I bought this album as a older teenager when it was released nearly 17 years ago. By this point- Glenn Danzig was already a legend in my mind. Fronting two legendary bands from the horror-punk Misfits to the gothic, punky, metal crossover of Samhain to finally the bluesey Sabbath inspired Danzig. Or for just the one song How the gods kill. To me it is by far the best and most underrated Danzig song out there, I have never heard it played on radio. Anyways the song itself is pretty haunting but a rocker towards the middle. Other standouts include Bodies which for some reason reminds me of Halloween and vampires, and Dirty Black Summer which has a nice blues-esque style of riff continuously through the song.
Artwork and packaging The album's cover is a 1976 painting called Meister und Margeritha (The Master and Margarita) by famous Swiss artist H. R. Giger. For the album cover, Giger modified the original painting slightly, covering "the Master's" erect penis with a dagger bearing his interpretation of the Danzig skull symbol. Giger's version of the Danzig skull was later used on T-shirts and as the cover art for the "Dirty Black Summer" single.