OK, an overview first. In the beginning there was "Danzig", the self titled album, a blues oriented rock music. Then "Danzig II" followed the same vein, more bluesy guitar, more howls, better writing. Following that was "How the Gods kill", a slight departure, but similar enough to keep the fans happy. With the fourth album, aptly titled "4", Glenn tried to grow a little, and do something different. In my opinion, an exceptional attempt. What is wrong with growth and a little change? Some fans didn't like it. I loved it. The fifth album, "Blackacidevil", brought Glenn the opportunity to go even further, and try even more experimentation. Whether, the old band quit, or was fired, or was called to the pits by the dark one, Glenn needed new allies. Enter Joey Castillo, Joseph Bishara, and Josh Lazie, a new band, a new sound. Gone is the bluesy guitar, to be replaced with a more electronic modern sound. But the song writing here is still exceptional. This album was to be yanked summarily from shelves by Danzig's then distributer. Down, but not out, Glenn shopped for another. And in a short time one was found. "666: Satan's Child" is the first album Glenn and friends have recorded with the new company. But this time, Glenn tries to merge his former sounds together. The bluesy guitar with the techno thump. A new sound emerges, and this is wonderful. 5 finger crawl, unspeakable, 13, Lilin, heck all the tracks on this album rock. Though this isn't exactly "Danzig II" or "Blackacidevil" it is the best of both.