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Songs of Death, Dying & the Dead
on 12 April 2005
This is easily the best horror rock album released in recent years. An evil cocktail of glam, metal and punk spiked with horror. It's the perfect anti-christ to all the sad, bland, emo rock that's out at the moment; it's something that's fun to listen to. Showing more talent than his previous work and it's also heavier than his previous efforts; this will satisfy old fans and also gain new fans. His musical style varies over the album from some tracks such as 'I walked with a zombie' with a punk feel (and some classic, misfits-style 'woah-woah's) to tracks such as 'I want you...dead' with some very metal riffing and heavy enough to please any self-respecting metal fan. Also the Album includes a tribute to one of horror's great heroes in the song 'The Ghost of Vincent Price' which respectfully remembers the star and at the same time is a brilliant song with a creepy feel to it. With no filler tracks on the album it's destined to be a classic. Wednesday 13 is the next Alice Cooper/Rob Zombie. Hopefully we can expect a sequel!