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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.
Danzig - Danzig III - How The Gods Kill (1992).
Danzig’s voice has always carried a hint of tenderness, and in How the Gods Kill ’s slower tracks, that quality comes to the fore. The title track poses a heavy question in a soft tone: If you feel alive/If you’ve got no fear/Do you know the name/Of the one you seek? The implication is clear: Are you ready for power you may not be able to comprehend? Are you ready to go to the next level? He and his bandmates surely were. Elsewhere, the bluesier tracks get even more juiced up than usual, largely a result of Danzig taking on an increased production role alongside Rick Rubin. The slyly seductive 1988 track Mother, which would become a hit after being remixed a year after this album’s release, remains Danzig’s calling card, but Dirty Black Summer is the song that perfects the form.
Danzig III: How the Gods Kill. Released July 14, 1992. Danzig III: How the Gods Kill Tracklist. 4. How The Gods Kill Lyrics.
Featuring disturbing cover art from . 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 Glenn Danzig's lyrics, resulting in two of the album's high points. Danzig's vocals are more subtle in places, and John Christ's guitar work continues to improve. Arguably the definitive Danzig album
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With III, Danzig chose to omit some of the more obvious blues influences and replace them with additional doses of heavy metal riffage, sometimes almost stepping into groove metal realms. Now don’t get discouraged, because we’re still talking about heavy and not nu grooves here! These are no single-note chugga chugga-cretinisms that started dominating the metal scene around the time. Tomorrow (July 14, 2012) is the 20th anniversary of Danzig III: How the Gods Kill. It would be the last album the band would record before going in a more experimental direction. This means it's heavy metal, rock and roll, and the blues rolled together into one of the most cocksure, diabolical metal albums of all time.
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|2||How The Gods Kill||5:59|
|4||Do You Wear The Mark||4:49|
|5||Dirty Black Summer||5:11|
- Manufactured By – Metatec / Discovery Systems
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Def American Recordings, Inc.
- Executive-Producer – Rick Rubin
- Producer – Glenn Danzig
- Written-By – Glenn Danzig
NotesHas one more track than the other version.
Issued in a cardboard sleeve.
℗ 1992 Def American Recordings, Inc.
Mfg. by Metatec/Discovery Systems
Made in USA
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- Matrix / Runout: MADE IN THE USA BY METATEC/DISCOVERY SYSTEMS A8HT0100B
|PRO-CD-5495||Danzig||A Taste Of Danzig III - How The Gods Kill (CD, Promo, Smplr)||Def American Recordings||PRO-CD-5495||US||1992|