Danzig - Danzig III: How The Gods Kill Album
|1||Left Hand Black|
|3||Dirty Black Summer|
|4||When The Dying Calls|
|6||Heart Of The Devil|
|7||How The Gods Kill|
|10||Do You Wear The Mark|
|9 26914-2||Danzig||Danzig III: How The Gods Kill (CD, Album)||Def American Recordings||9 26914-2||US||1992|
|491785 2, 02-491785-10||Danzig||Danzig III: How The Gods Kill (CD, Album, RE)||American Recordings, Columbia||491785 2, 02-491785-10||Europe||Unknown|
|512 270-1||Danzig||Danzig III: How The Gods Kill (LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Def American Recordings||512 270-1||Europe||Unknown|
|731458695523, 314 586 955-2||Danzig||Danzig III: How The Gods Kill (CD, Album, RE, RP)||American Recordings, Universal Music Group International, American Recordings, Universal Music Group International||731458695523, 314 586 955-2||Europe||Unknown|
|50 220-2||Danzig||Danzig III: How The Gods Kill (CD, Album)||Popron||50 220-2||Czechoslovakia||1992|
- Bass – Eerie Von
- Design – Dirk Walter
- Drums – Chuck Biscuits
- Engineer [Assistant] – Craig Brock, David Harrelson, Jim Labinski, Randy Wine
- Executive-Producer – Rick Rubin
- Guitar – John Christ
- Illustration [Front Cover] – H.R. Giger
- Mastered By – Howie Weinberg
- Mixed By [Mix Engineer] – Jason Corsaro
- Photography By [Back Cover Photo] – Peter Darley Miller
- Producer, Written-By, Vocals, Keyboards – Glenn Danzig
- Recorded By [Recording Engineer] – Nick "The Pig" Di Dia
Issued in a gatefold sleeve.
Includes outer PVC sleeve with sticker
Recorded at Record Plant and Hollywood Sound Recorders, Hollywood, CA
Mixed at A.M Studios, Hollywood, CA
Mastered at Masterdisk, New York, NY
Front cover illustration © H.R. Giger 1992, "The Master and Margarita." Work# 307, 1976.
published © Evilive Music ASCAP
℗ 1992 Def American Recordings Inc. © 1992 Def American Recordings Inc. Manufactured and distributed by Phonogram Limited
- Barcode: 731451 22701 1
- Matrix / Runout: (A-side): 512270-A
- Matrix / Runout: (B-side): 512270-B
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Def American Recordings, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Def American Recordings, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Evilive Music
- Copyright (c) – H.R. Giger
- Recorded At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
- Recorded At – Hollywood Sound Recorders
- Mixed At – A&M Studios
- Mastered At – Masterdisk
- Manufactured By – Phonogram Ltd.
- Distributed By – Phonogram Ltd.
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. From The Album Danzig III How The Gods Kill. Danzig - Mother 93 Live - Продолжительность: 3:28 in album Danzig - Danzig III: How The Gods Kill 1992. Danzig - Godless. Danzig - Anything. Danzig - Bodies. Danzig - How The Gods Kill. How The Gods Kill кайф и 2,3,8. Lover of Sandra. Крутотень . Danzig - Danzig III - How The Gods Kill 1992. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Listen free to Danzig Danzig III: How the Gods Kill Godless, Anything and more. 10 tracks 49:13. The album's cover is a 1976 painting called Meister und Margeritha Master and Margarita by famous Swiss artist H. For the album cover, Giger modified the original painting slightly, covering the Master's erect pe. Released July 14, 1992. Danzig III: How the Gods Kill Tracklist. Godless Lyrics. Anything Lyrics. Bodies Lyrics. How the Gods Kill Lyrics. Danzig III: How the Gods Kill is the third album by Glenn Danzigs 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 Americans successor, American Recordings. Danzig III: How the Gods Kill Q&A. Producers Glenn Danzig & Rick Rubin. Writers Glenn Danzig. More Danzig albums. Sings Elvis. Show all albums by Danzig. Danzigs voice has always carried a hint of tenderness, and in How the Gods Kills slower tracks, that quality comes to the fore. The title track poses a heavy question in a soft tone: If you feel aliveIf youve got no fearDo you know the nameOf 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. Throughout the album, Danzig, guitarist John Christ, bassist Eerie Von, and drummer Chuck Biscuits achieve a bigger, denser sound than theyd previously had. Danzigs subtle croon only intensifies the effect of the blaze-stoked by desperate longing, he sounds that much more demonic. Album 1992 10 Songs. How the Gods Kill. Featuring disturbing cover art from H. 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. Review Summary: Danzig III, the end of the trilogy. Glenn Danzig, one of the most well known and influential figures in the realms of Heavy Metal. He has countlessly inspired dozens of bands from various genres with his take on music. His charisma and his penchant for the darker side of things has won many people over for the past 30 years and still counting. 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