Danzig Lyrics

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From the Album Black Laden Crown (2017) (buy at amazon.com)
Black Laden Crown
Black Laden Crown
Eyes Ripping Fire
Devil on Hwy 9
Last Ride
The Witching Hour
But a Nightmare
Skulls & Daisies
Blackness Falls
Pull the Sun

From the Album Skeletons (2015) (buy at amazon.com)
Devil's Angels
Let Yourself Go
Lord Of The Thighs
Action Woman
Rough Boy
With A Girl Like You
Find Somebody
Crying In The Rain

From the Album Deth Red Sabaoth (2010) (buy at amazon.com)
Deth Red Sabaoth
Hammer Of The Gods
The Revengeful
Rebel Spirits
Black Candy
On A Wicked Night
Deth Red Moon
Ju Ju Bone
Night Star Hel
Pyre Of Souls: Incanticle
Pyre Of Souls: Seasons Of Pain
Left Hand Rise Above

From the Album The Lost Tracks Of Danzig (2007) (buy at amazon.com)
The Lost Tracks Of Danzig
Pain Is Like An Animal
When Death Had No Name
Angel Of The Seventh Dawn
You Should Be Dying
Cold, Cold Rain
Buick McKane
When Death Had No Name (1992 Version)
Satan's Crucifiction
The Mandrake's Cry
White Devil Rise
Come To Silver (Acoustic)
Lick The Blood Off My Hands
Crawl Across Your Killing Floor
I Know Your Lie
Caught In My Eye
Cat People
Bound By Blood
Who Claims The Soulless
Soul Eater
Dying Seraph
Lady Lucifera
Underbelly Of The Beast
Unspeakable (Shango Mix)

From the Album Black Aria II [Glenn Danzig Solo] (2006) (buy at amazon.com)
Black Aria II [Glenn Danzig Solo]
Overture: Winged Night Demon
Abandonment / Recreation
Bridal Ceremony Of The Lilitu
Dance Of The Succubi
Unclean Sephira
The Succubus Feeds
Demons Reprise
Lamenta Lillith

From the Album Circle Of Snakes (2004) (buy at amazon.com)
Circle Of Snakes
Wotan's Procession
Circle Of Snakes
1000 Devils Reign
Skull Forrest
When We Were Dead
Night, BeSodom
My Darkness
Black Angel, White Angel

From the Album 7:77 I Luciferi (2002) (buy at amazon.com)
7:77 I Luciferi
Black Mass
Wicked Pussycat
God Of Light
Dead Inside
Kiss The Skull
I Luciferi
Naked Witch
Angel Blake
The Coldest Sun
Halo Goddess Bone
Without Light, I Am

From the Album 6:66 Satan's Child (1999) (buy at amazon.com)
6:66 Satan's Child

From the Album Danzig 5 - Blackacidevil (1996) (buy at amazon.com)
Danzig 5 - Blackacidevil
7th House
See All You Were
Hint Of Her Blood
Come To Silver
Hand Of Doom
Power Of Darkness

From the Album Danzig 4p (1994) (buy at amazon.com)
Danzig 4p

From the Album Thrall-Demonsweatlive (1993) (buy at amazon.com)

From the Album Black Aria [Glenn Danzig Solo] (1992) (buy at amazon.com)
Black Aria [Glenn Danzig Solo]
Overture Of The Rebel Angels
Conspiracy Dirge
Battle For Heaven
Retreat And Descent
Dirge Of Deafeat
And The Angels Weep
The Morrigu
Cwn Anwn

From the Album Danzig III - How The Gods Kill (1992) (buy at amazon.com)
Danzig III - How The Gods Kill
How The Gods Kill
Dirty Black Summer
Left Hand Black
Heart Of The Devil
Do You Wear The Mark
When The Dying Calls

From the Album Danzig II - Lucifuge (1990) (buy at amazon.com)
Danzig II - Lucifuge

From the Album Danzig (1988) (buy at amazon.com)


Danzig Info:

Danzig is an American heavy metal band, formed in 1987 in Lodi, New Jersey. The band is the musical outlet for singer/songwriter Glenn Danzig, preceded by the horror punk bands the Misfits and Samhain.

On July 14, 1986, Samhain performed at The Ritz in New York in what was to be their final show. In attendance was Rick Rubin, who was scouting for potential bands to sign to his record label, Def American. Rubin at first wished only to sign Danzig, with the intent of making him the vocalist for a hard rock supergroup that Rubin envisioned.

However, Danzig refused to sign to Rubin's label without Samhain's bassist Eerie Von. In 1987, he added John Christ on guitar and Chuck Biscuits (ex-Black Flag) on drums. To reflect the change in musical direction and avoid having to start anew after future lineup changes, Glenn, on Rubin's advice, changed the name of Samhain to his surname, Danzig. -Wikipedia

Lodi, New Jersey, United States

Heavy metal, blues rock, hard rock, doom metal, gothic metal

Years active:

Associated acts:
Misfits, Samhain

Glenn Danzig - lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards, songwriter (1987-present)

Tommy Victor - lead guitar (1996-1997, 2002-2005, 2008-present)

Johnny Kelly - drums, percussion (2002-2003, 2005-present)

Steve Zing - bass guitar, backing vocals (2006-present)

Past Members:
Eerie Von - Bass (1987-1995)
John Christ - Guitar (1987-1995)
Chuck Biscuits - Drums (1987-1994)
Joey Castillo - Drums (1994-2002)
Josh Lazie - Bass (1996-1997, 1998-2000)
Dave Kushner - Guitar (1997)
Rob Nicholson - Bass (1997- 1998), Later played with Rob Zombie under the psuedonym "Blasko"
Jeff Chambers - Guitar (1998-1999)
Todd Youth - Guitar (2000-2002)
Howie Pyro - Bass (2000-2002)
Charlee Johnson - Drums (2002)
Tommy Victor - Guitar (1997-1998, 2002-2005)
Bevan Davies - Drums (2004-2005)
Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein - Guitar (2005 Tour)

Danzig Quotes:
Ah, I don't know that I won one for Satan. I'm not out to win anything for Satan. Satan wins things on his own. If there even is a Satan. See, I don't even believe in Christianity. [And] the only thing I dig about Satan is he tells people to go @#$%& off and fights for individual freedom. That's the thing I hate about Christianity is that it tries to enslave people, which is what all organized religions try to do.
Glenn Danzig

It's just going to be the most dark, extreme bands that have either been ostracized or prejudiced against by certain media, labels and you know, MTV-style stations and radio stations that only accept payola and stuff like that. Very crazy, extreme, rebellious bands with their middle fingers in the air toward the establishment in the music industry.
Glenn Danzig

I wouldn't even suggest how I have. I let other people do that. I wouldn't say "oh, I've done this," you know? Pretty much what I have done in my career is there for everybody to look at. So, I'll let everybody else decide what I've done and whether I've influenced lots of artists and you know, music in general, whatever. You know what I mean?
Glenn Danzig

Everyone's a music critic and everyone has an opinion. some of my biggest selling records were slammed by the critics. So, if you go by critics, then it's not a success. But, if you go by what the people like, then usually...you know what I mean? First, you go by me. I go by what I like to do and then if the record's a success once I'm done recording it, then it's a success whether it sells or it doesn't, it doesn't matter. Then, if it is a critical success, that doesn't always necessarily mean that you're gonna sell a lot of records. It's the people (that decide) See, because record critics don't buy records, they get 'em for free.
Glenn Danzig

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