That pretty much sums up the album. I was, and am still, a HUGE fan of the Misfits, and Samhain, but it was always hard for me to find a mature Danzig album, in my opinion. Danzig 4 is my favorite, although the 5th, BlackAciDevil wasn't bad either. You'd best stick with the Misfits, kiddies. That's where you can have "all murder, all guts, all fun."
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CANNOT NOT GO WRONG W/ DANZIG
Brad States | 06/23/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I have been a danzig fan for years, every band he has been in has been great from Misfits, Samhain to Danzig, I own every danzig album, I have not been disappointed with any of them. The best Danzig albums are Danzig II: Lucifuge, Danzig IV. This album is very good it has one of my favorite songs, Twist of Cain, I enjoy at least 90% of this album, it is a very strong album. Danzig has a great voice and awesome lyrics..Enjoy"
The debut to make the debuts of other bands suck!
Rob Basham | Hell | 10/07/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Danzig's self-titled debut album is my favorite album from Danzig. Every song is its own masterpiece! My favorite track on this very wonderful album was "Posession". I recommend this album for any metalhead, blues lover, or classic rock 'n roller! Whatever someone may price this CD, it is worth it most DEFINITELY!"
Post-Misfits dark metal
Christopher Hivner | Dallastown, PA USA | 11/08/2005
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Glenn Danzig gained notoriety as the singer for the Misfits and continued his goth metal "I'm a really evil guy" routine with Danzig. This is a raw, but rocking metal CD. The guitar sound is unrefined but works with the songs and their dark tone as does Danzig's measured yowl, and they have just enough melody that you can sing along. Danzig is an evil person and he tells you that on every song. I like the songs but they could use some theme variations. Most people probably know "Mother" by now but "Twist of Cain", "Am I Demon" and "The Hunter" are strong songs as well."