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Blackacidevil Import


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Feb. 8 2000)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Hollywood
  • ASIN: B00004NKGM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 2.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)

1. 7th House
2. Blackacidevil
3. See All You Were
4. Sacrifice
5. Hint Of Her Blood
6. Deeper
7. Serpentia
8. Come To Silver
9. Hand Of Doom: Version
10. Bleedangel
11. Power Of Darkness
12. Ashes
13. Don't Be Afraid

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--This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.

Customer Reviews

2.8 out of 5 stars

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Format: Audio CD
Where should I begin... Well I am an old school fan and I have been following this man since the Misfits and I can Tell ya this.. If Your Not a true fan then you won't like this album let alone understand it. There Has been soooo much complaining about this PROGRESSIVE ALBUM that it makes me ill. Danzig I-IV were wonderful for the time period BUT you need to change and go with the flow just like he does. The album is cutting edge using new technologies and sounds. The industrial sound was carried out in this album and I give him credit for doing so because NIN and Marylin Manson he was not copying or imitating at all. If you notice that this album came out before MM big hit Sweet Dreams was around.
Ministry was a great industrial band and I loved their sound and when I heard BlackAciDevil I was floored. The pace of the songs and monster riffs were just there and right in your face. Sacrafice is just pure chaos in the chourus. The adrenaline in the first few songs wanna make you scream yell and get out all the angst that is hidden inside you. Come to Silver is a very somber song and Jerry Cantrell (alice in chains) has just rounded out the song perfectly.
Ashes is my favorite and I dunno why? Its very dark and haunting. The voice is so errie and with the piano sounding off key really sends the chill.
Now I originaly bought this album when it first came out and I never had the pleasure of having the reissue until recently. Due to my having to going with the flow and technology I had to buy everything on CD and store my cassettes. Ha hahahah!~!! So The new songs were added later.. and they sound good as well.
Overall the Album is solid in the tracks and songs. The structure of the album was perfect... The only flaw is on certain soungs is the voice....
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By Glamhammer on Dec 9 2003
Format: Audio CD
For the five years I've been reviewing products and two years before amazon.com changed to the "Registered User" format, we still don't have half-star options and likely won't see them. While Danzig took his music in an industrial-laced direction for his fifth solo release, the loss of his original lineup hits this album hard. Gone is John Christ's soulful guitar, and while Jerry Cantrell is an excellent replacement, he appears only on a handful of songs. Perhaps driven as much by production as outright musicianship, Blackacidevil comes across as both uneven and forced. Far heavier than any previous Danzig release, the industrial influence detracts from the overall effort by mixing Danzig's vocals to the back, leaving them faint in most cases and downright unlistenable on the title track. Joey Castillo's frantic drumming takes center stage on most occasions and while he fulfills his duties seemingly as well as Chuck Biscuits, the fact that he even has to is a testament to how badly this album needed a boost. Despite the over-production and inconsistent songwriting, Blackacidevil still has a few standouts, such as the hard-driving "7th House," the Blood-and-Tears-esque "Ashes," and the brilliant "Come to Silver," featuring the aforementioned Jerry Cantrell. Blackacidevil is not a good starting point for the novice Danzig fan, but long-time listeners and die-hards should find enough on this album to satisfy their hunger for more sex-and-Satan imagery.
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Format: Audio CD
Danzig made three great albums and then a so-so album (Danzig IV). But this album just sucks. Gone are the great blues based guitars and pounding drums. In comes horrible distortion, feedback and a crappy drum machine. Obviously Glenn Danzig the self proclaimed dark lord saw that Nine Inch Nails & Marilyn Manson had gone platinum and tried to copy them. He failed miserably, fortunately this album dropped off the charts faster than the Taliban collapsed. Save your money and get something better from Amazon.com like Nine Inch Nails or Marilyn Manson. Pick up the first 3 Danzig albums and you are in for a treat. I'm surprised Danzig hasn't come out with a Numetal album to try to get popular. Maybe he should just become a bodybuilder since he is so buff and hang his guitar up once and for all.
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By A Customer on Oct. 29 2003
Format: Audio CD
I used to hate this album, and at one point, I got rid of it. I repurchased it used recently, mainly because I had noticed that over the past three years that I didn't own it, I always had a song from the album in my head from time to time. That song is "Power of Darkness", and for some reason, it really hits me like some of the old Samhain stuff beefed up on drum machines. If a drum machine could ever sound reminiscent of Steve Zing, it does on this track. So, to make a long story short, used to hate it, now I enjoy it, and it is MUCH better than 666 Satan's Child or the HORRENDOUS "Live on the Left Hand Side"
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By Michael on March 15 2004
Format: Audio CD
Yes, the sound is very different from the first four Danzig cds, but change is not bad!! As a fan of heavy music like slayer, cannibal corpse, rage against the machine, soulfly, and In Flames, it was an easy transition for me to listen to this new style and I recommend it to any fan of Danzig. The music is heavy and catchy and gets the blood pumping! If anything we need more of these cds! If you like the original Danzig, which is also awesome, check out his other band Samhain, although not the same, it is closer to that old Danzig sound then the Misfits.
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