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danzig skeletons
Artist: Danzig
Title: Skeletons
Genre: Dark and Heavy Rock
Release Date: 27th November 2015
Label: AFM Records

Album Review

Horror Punk and Metal legend Glenn Danzig released his 10th full-length solo record. Fans waited five years since ‘Deth Red Sabaoth’ came out. And for me it was a little surprise that we get a ten track cover album from Mr. Danzig now. The cover art shows DANZIG, wearing Crimson Ghost styled make-up, together with former porn actress Kayden Kross posing as a tribute to the 1973s DAVID BOWIE album ‘Pin Ups’. Weirdly I got the promo version of the ‘Skeletons’ album on the day were the news that DAVID BOWIE has died runs the media.

Hearing the first song from ‘Skeletons’ I feel like travelling back in time to DANZIGs MISFITS days. Very straight, rough and lo-fi sounds get into my ears. DANZIG takes us on a ride through time showing his influences. All ten songs are working very well in their new version. Together with Glenn Danzig’s unique voice they become real DANZIG “stuff”. Rocking, dirty and bluesy, in my eyes (ears) this is beating the previous album with no doubt. Fans who like all phases of Glenn Danzig will like it, purists who like only the newer stuff may find this sometimes too lo-fi.


01. Devil`s Angels (Davie Allen & The Arrows)
02. Satan (Paul Wibier)
03. Let yourself go (Elvis Presley)
04. N.I.B. (Black Sabbath)
05. Lord of the Thighs (Aerosmith)
06. Action Woman (The Litter)
07. Rough Boy (ZZ Top)
08. With a girl like you (The Troggs)
09. Find somebody (The young Rascals)
10. Crying in the Rain (The Everly Brothers)


Glenn Danzig - Vocals, Guitar, Bass & Drums
Tommy Victor - Guitar, Bass
Johnny Kelly - Drums


Cover Picture

danzig skeletons


Music: 7
Sound: 7
Total: 7 / 10

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