Category: Rock

  1. Vikree Reply
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Danzig 5: Blackacidevil on Discogs. Label: E-Magine Entertainment - EMA ,Evilive - none • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Industrial, Heavy Metal.
  2. Mazuzilkree Reply
    The title of the reissue was changed to Danzig 5: Blackacidevil and the cover art was dramatically modified (and improved). This album is highly experimental and incorporates various musical styles including industrial, techno, electronica, alternative rock, and noise.
  3. Matilar Reply
    5: Blackacidevil, an Album by Danzig. Released 29 October on Hollywood (catalog no. HR; CD). Genres: Industrial Metal, Industrial Rock.
  4. Gronris Reply
    Danzig's experimental album. No vinyl of this album was ever released. Later re-released in with brand new artwork and 3 bonus tracks: 'Deeper', 'Bleedangel' and 'Don't Be Afraid.'. Recording information: Recorded and mixed at A&M Recording Studios, Los Angeles, California.
  5. Mozilkree Reply
    Danzig 5: Blackacidevil () Danzig Satans Child () > Sacrifice Danzig. Type: Single Release date: December 17th, Catalog ID: EMA Label: American Recordings Sacrifice - Album Version Show lyrics (loading lyrics) 7. Deepest - Kennedy Acid Death Mix
  6. Aratilar Reply
    > Danzig 5: Blackacidevil > Sacrifice (EP) (original pressing with no bonus tracks) > Danzig Satan's Child > Live On The Black Hand Side > Cassette - Promo of entire album, double sided (different version; paper inside is a light blur color) > Cassette - Import - Thailand, with black "Danzig 4" sticker on the front.
  7. Zololar Reply
    Jun 29,  · From the album "Danzig 5: Blackacidevil" (). All music and art is owned by Glenn Danzig.
  8. Kelar Reply
    Listen free to Danzig – Danzig 5: Blackacidevil (7th House, Blackacidevil and more). 10 tracks (). Danzig 5: Blackacidevil is the fifth full-length album from Danzig. It was released in on Hollywood Records, and was reissued on E-Magine Records in with three extra tracks and a new album cover by Martin Emond. The album is a landmark as the first Danzig album recorded after the.