Danzig - _6:66 Satan's Child_
(E-Magine Records, 1999)
by: Adrian Bromley (8.5 out of 10)
After a rather lacklustre dabble into industrial music the last time out with _blackacidevil_ (maybe he was brainwashed? Whatever...), the Prince of Darkness once again gathers up a slew of cronies to help him do his dirty work. And the work at hand? Not bad, not bad at all. With a definite experimental feel filling Danzig's darkened assault, it's still apparent that he still has enough know-how and aggression in him to fuel such strong numbers like "Unspeakable" and "Cult W/Out a Name". I was beginning to worry? Had the man behind such bands as Samhain and The Misfits, not to mention the legendary work of early Danzig, gone stale? What would his fans do had this been crap? Let's not think about that and just breathe a sigh of relief that this disc is rockin'. A much needed return when it seemed everyone was ready to pounce on him -- myself included -- and rip his new disc to shreds.

(article published 9/12/1999)

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