DANZIG has set “Deth Red Sabaoth” as the title of its new album, tentatively due this spring. Drummer Johnny Kelly (TYPE O NEGATIVE, SEVENTH VOID) and Tommy Victor (PRONG, MINISTRY) will appear on most of the tracks, according to a posting on DANZIG’s official web site.
Although Johnny Kelly has been performing live with DANZIG off and on since 2002, this will mark the first time he has recorded with the band. Tommy Victor, of course, played guitar on 2004’s “Circle Of Snakes” album.
The CD will feature a song called “Long Dark Road”, which is decribed by Glenn as “very creepy and echo-y. It’s like an old kind of ’50s-ish kind of song. I’ve been having in my head probably for about six, seven, eight years. I haven’t gotten around to recording it, and I recorded it, so it’s pretty cool.”
In other news, DANZIG has been confirmed for this year’s KUPD U-Fest, set to take place April 24 in Phoenix, Arizona.
Night Of The Vinyl Dead recently released a limited-edition (500 copies) vinyl version of DANZIG’s 2002 album, “777 – I Luciferi”. The package contains a 12-page photo book and screenprint by M. Fumi.
“777 – I Luciferi” was previously released on CD only through Eagle-Spitfire Records.
Upcoming DANZIG shows:
Apr. 24 – Phoenix, AZ – KUPD U-Fest
Jun. 10 – Sölvesborg, Sweden – Sweden Rock Festival
Jun. 11 – Tampere, Finalnd – Sauna Open Air