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LUCIFER CD review-Draconis Blackthorne/Church of Satan Lucifer is an admittedly campy and evocative devilish band with a twist of humour necromancing the past orthodox, now considered unorthodox by the less attuned, thus becoming re-innovative, harking unto the Satanic roots of original Metal, particularly in the guitar riffs, basslines and classicly legendary melodies, while remaining completely true in their own right, retaining integrity, as it comes from the black heart. A Satanic band who has successfully travelled from the past through the 'star' gate to the present, and still manages to blast away many of the current bands nowadays. Because of their style, I would consider this to be a timeless band, spanning all eras of Black Metal. Ladies and Gentlemen, from the deepest depths of Hell...... I. It's Lucifer! Begins as a powerful introduction, incorperating pipe organ, heavy guitars, ribfelt bass, pounding thundering drums, and a distinctive voice which sopmewhat reminds Me of King Diamond's - quite unforgettable, high-pitched and clear. II. 'Crush The Enemy' is another strong piece which is also an inspirational tune about the indulgent practice of destroying the rotten under crushing cloven hooves. III. One of this Warlock's absolute favorites on this CD Is certainly 'Destination Death' , with multiple uses of various sound effects which accentuate a delightflu gloomy ambience, such as a throbbing heart, a bell, and a gong, sets a solemn atmosphere, in what would be this opus' 'ballad' offering. Nice. Reminds Me of the Francis Ford Coppola version of Dracula's monicker 'Love Never Dies'. After the ponderous strains of gentle strings, a literal explosion launches us into the Abyss of emotional turmoil. IV. 'Nightmare' has somewhat of a King Diamond / Hammer films / Macabre Metal feel to it. Evocative. V. 'Living In Pain In Hell {Slay You}' is actually quite a 'rocker', and will have your tail wagging. Somewhat reminiscient of Judas Priest {no pun intended}. VI. 'On Your Mark' sounds a bit of what Motley Crue would have done circa 'Shout At The Devil' but never had the complete guts to do. I really enjoyed the empowering demonic voice uttering 'This is the age of SATAN! Hail Satan!' Also includes the blasting of Hellish cannons and witch-like cackles from Benjamin 'Nightmare' Card. VII. Just Another Minute To Paradise' is actually a romantic tune about someone who is just about to meet their love - also a 'rocker'. VIII. 'Gather Brethren' starts off with a classical Spanish guitar, which then launches into another ripper with a subtley Middle-Eastern bent to the solo and chorus strings. Nice Touch of evil. Underlying vocals from The Gentleman Downstairs permeates each song, coaliscing in an infernal duo with Benjamin 'Nightmare' Card. This band makes you want to throw open the drapes and howl at the moon. The cover art by Jerry Field, features a brilliant compendium of sinister images thuroughly baptized in hellfire. An inverted cross is athrust as Lucifer's sword to pierce the heavens with a horned skull at it's base - it's blackened steel emits bolts of lightning energy, which also displays the dreaded number of the beast forth. And the full moon with bats is another great touch adding that certain macabre element which is ever so pleasant and archetypal of Halloween. This is one of those pieces which hides many little secrets within it's darkened fetters. And of course, the undulating nymphs fan the flames with their very lust. This piece would make a nice framed poster. And on the back, the perfect sigil to seal this opus - a red Baphomet makes it whole. A veritable musickal Book of Shadows. Highly entertaining and a fun listen, and as we know, part of The Devil's realm is that of show business. Hail Lucifer. HAIL SATAN. Draconis Blackthorne/Church of Satan WARNING! THIS RECORDING CONTAINS EXPLICIT LYRICS AND BACKWARD MESSAGES!!! LUCIFER LYRICS! LUCIFER Into The Night Can't See The Light Making You Burn Nowhere To Turn Hearing You Shout There's No Way Out When Satan's Wrath Stabs In The Back... It's Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer! Yeah! Inside Your Head Wish You Were Dead Try To Escape Merciless Fate Creeping Inside Nowhere To Hide Making You Lust White Powder Dust... It's Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer! CRUSH THE ENEMY We Will Use All We Have At Our Disposal To Win The Fight Tonight We Are Ruthless And We'll Destroy! Anything That Gets In Our Way We Will Tear It Down Tear It Down... Crush The Enemy (Repeat thrice) (Solo: Powers) Crush The Enemy As Far As I Am Concerned As Far As I Am Concerned As Far As I Am Concerned As Far As I Am Concerned You Must Die! You Must Die! You Must Die, Die, Die Die, Die Die Die Die Die Die Die Die. DESTINATION DEATH Immortal One From A Distant Grave Your Time Is Nigh At Hand Rise And Shine Again I Still Can Say I Love You And I Mean It With All My Heart. Every Day We Are Wasting Away Dying And Dying And Dying Is There Another Way? 'Cos I Don't Know What I Will Do Without You And I know You Fe
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LUCIFER CD review-Draconis Blackthorne/Church of Satan Lucifer is an admittedly campy and evocative devilish band with a twist of humour necromancing the past orthodox, now considered unorthodox by the less attuned, thus becoming re-innovative, harking unto the Satanic roots of original Metal, particularly in the guitar riffs, basslines and classicly legendary melodies, while remaining completely true in their own right, retaining integrity, as it comes from the black heart. A Satanic band who has successfully travelled from the past through the 'star' gate to the present, and still manages to blast away many of the current bands nowadays. Because of their style, I would consider this to be a timeless band, spanning all eras of Black Metal. Ladies and Gentlemen, from the deepest depths of Hell...... I. It's Lucifer! Begins as a powerful introduction, incorperating pipe organ, heavy guitars, ribfelt bass, pounding thundering drums, and a distinctive voice which sopmewhat reminds Me of King Diamond's - quite unforgettable, high-pitched and clear. II. 'Crush The Enemy' is another strong piece which is also an inspirational tune about the indulgent practice of destroying the rotten under crushing cloven hooves. III. One of this Warlock's absolute favorites on this CD Is certainly 'Destination Death' , with multiple uses of various sound effects which accentuate a delightflu gloomy ambience, such as a throbbing heart, a bell, and a gong, sets a solemn atmosphere, in what would be this opus' 'ballad' offering. Nice. Reminds Me of the Francis Ford Coppola version of Dracula's monicker 'Love Never Dies'. After the ponderous strains of gentle strings, a literal explosion launches us into the Abyss of emotional turmoil. IV. 'Nightmare' has somewhat of a King Diamond / Hammer films / Macabre Metal feel to it. Evocative. V. 'Living In Pain In Hell {Slay You}' is actually quite a 'rocker', and will have your tail wagging. Somewhat reminiscient of Judas Priest {no pun intended}. VI. 'On Your Mark' sounds a bit of what Motley Crue would have done circa 'Shout At The Devil' but never had the complete guts to do. I really enjoyed the empowering demonic voice uttering 'This is the age of SATAN! Hail Satan!' Also includes the blasting of Hellish cannons and witch-like cackles from Benjamin 'Nightmare' Card. VII. Just Another Minute To Paradise' is actually a romantic tune about someone who is just about to meet their love - also a 'rocker'. VIII. 'Gather Brethren' starts off with a classical Spanish guitar, which then launches into another ripper with a subtley Middle-Eastern bent to the solo and chorus strings. Nice Touch of evil. Underlying vocals from The Gentleman Downstairs permeates each song, coaliscing in an infernal duo with Benjamin 'Nightmare' Card. This band makes you want to throw open the drapes and howl at the moon. The cover art by Jerry Field, features a brilliant compendium of sinister images thuroughly baptized in hellfire. An inverted cross is athrust as Lucifer's sword to pierce the heavens with a horned skull at it's base - it's blackened steel emits bolts of lightning energy, which also displays the dreaded number of the beast forth. And the full moon with bats is another great touch adding that certain macabre element which is ever so pleasant and archetypal of Halloween. This is one of those pieces which hides many little secrets within it's darkened fetters. And of course, the undulating nymphs fan the flames with their very lust. This piece would make a nice framed poster. And on the back, the perfect sigil to seal this opus - a red Baphomet makes it whole. A veritable musickal Book of Shadows. Highly entertaining and a fun listen, and as we know, part of The Devil's realm is that of show business. Hail Lucifer. HAIL SATAN. Draconis Blackthorne/Church of Satan WARNING! THIS RECORDING CONTAINS EXPLICIT LYRICS AND BACKWARD MESSAGES!!! LUCIFER LYRICS! LUCIFER Into The Night Can't See The Light Making You Burn Nowhere To Turn Hearing You Shout There's No Way Out When Satan's Wrath Stabs In The Back... It's Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer! Yeah! Inside Your Head Wish You Were Dead Try To Escape Merciless Fate Creeping Inside Nowhere To Hide Making You Lust White Powder Dust... It's Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer! CRUSH THE ENEMY We Will Use All We Have At Our Disposal To Win The Fight Tonight We Are Ruthless And We'll Destroy! Anything That Gets In Our Way We Will Tear It Down Tear It Down... Crush The Enemy (Repeat thrice) (Solo: Powers) Crush The Enemy As Far As I Am Concerned As Far As I Am Concerned As Far As I Am Concerned As Far As I Am Concerned You Must Die! You Must Die! You Must Die, Die, Die Die, Die Die Die Die Die Die Die Die. DESTINATION DEATH Immortal One From A Distant Grave Your Time Is Nigh At Hand Rise And Shine Again I Still Can Say I Love You And I Mean It With All My Heart. Every Day We Are Wasting Away Dying And Dying And Dying Is There Another Way? 'Cos I Don't Know What I Will Do Without You And I know You Fe
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Lucifer

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Label: CD BABY
Catalog: 29053
Rel. Date: 01/01/2001
UPC: 634479037702

Lucifer
Artist: Lucifer
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LUCIFER CD review-Draconis Blackthorne/Church of Satan Lucifer is an admittedly campy and evocative devilish band with a twist of humour necromancing the past orthodox, now considered unorthodox by the less attuned, thus becoming re-innovative, harking unto the Satanic roots of original Metal, particularly in the guitar riffs, basslines and classicly legendary melodies, while remaining completely true in their own right, retaining integrity, as it comes from the black heart. A Satanic band who has successfully travelled from the past through the 'star' gate to the present, and still manages to blast away many of the current bands nowadays. Because of their style, I would consider this to be a timeless band, spanning all eras of Black Metal. Ladies and Gentlemen, from the deepest depths of Hell...... I. It's Lucifer! Begins as a powerful introduction, incorperating pipe organ, heavy guitars, ribfelt bass, pounding thundering drums, and a distinctive voice which sopmewhat reminds Me of King Diamond's - quite unforgettable, high-pitched and clear. II. 'Crush The Enemy' is another strong piece which is also an inspirational tune about the indulgent practice of destroying the rotten under crushing cloven hooves. III. One of this Warlock's absolute favorites on this CD Is certainly 'Destination Death' , with multiple uses of various sound effects which accentuate a delightflu gloomy ambience, such as a throbbing heart, a bell, and a gong, sets a solemn atmosphere, in what would be this opus' 'ballad' offering. Nice. Reminds Me of the Francis Ford Coppola version of Dracula's monicker 'Love Never Dies'. After the ponderous strains of gentle strings, a literal explosion launches us into the Abyss of emotional turmoil. IV. 'Nightmare' has somewhat of a King Diamond / Hammer films / Macabre Metal feel to it. Evocative. V. 'Living In Pain In Hell {Slay You}' is actually quite a 'rocker', and will have your tail wagging. Somewhat reminiscient of Judas Priest {no pun intended}. VI. 'On Your Mark' sounds a bit of what Motley Crue would have done circa 'Shout At The Devil' but never had the complete guts to do. I really enjoyed the empowering demonic voice uttering 'This is the age of SATAN! Hail Satan!' Also includes the blasting of Hellish cannons and witch-like cackles from Benjamin 'Nightmare' Card. VII. Just Another Minute To Paradise' is actually a romantic tune about someone who is just about to meet their love - also a 'rocker'. VIII. 'Gather Brethren' starts off with a classical Spanish guitar, which then launches into another ripper with a subtley Middle-Eastern bent to the solo and chorus strings. Nice Touch of evil. Underlying vocals from The Gentleman Downstairs permeates each song, coaliscing in an infernal duo with Benjamin 'Nightmare' Card. This band makes you want to throw open the drapes and howl at the moon. The cover art by Jerry Field, features a brilliant compendium of sinister images thuroughly baptized in hellfire. An inverted cross is athrust as Lucifer's sword to pierce the heavens with a horned skull at it's base - it's blackened steel emits bolts of lightning energy, which also displays the dreaded number of the beast forth. And the full moon with bats is another great touch adding that certain macabre element which is ever so pleasant and archetypal of Halloween. This is one of those pieces which hides many little secrets within it's darkened fetters. And of course, the undulating nymphs fan the flames with their very lust. This piece would make a nice framed poster. And on the back, the perfect sigil to seal this opus - a red Baphomet makes it whole. A veritable musickal Book of Shadows. Highly entertaining and a fun listen, and as we know, part of The Devil's realm is that of show business. Hail Lucifer. HAIL SATAN. Draconis Blackthorne/Church of Satan WARNING! THIS RECORDING CONTAINS EXPLICIT LYRICS AND BACKWARD MESSAGES!!! LUCIFER LYRICS! LUCIFER Into The Night Can't See The Light Making You Burn Nowhere To Turn Hearing You Shout There's No Way Out When Satan's Wrath Stabs In The Back... It's Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer! Yeah! Inside Your Head Wish You Were Dead Try To Escape Merciless Fate Creeping Inside Nowhere To Hide Making You Lust White Powder Dust... It's Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer! Lucifer! CRUSH THE ENEMY We Will Use All We Have At Our Disposal To Win The Fight Tonight We Are Ruthless And We'll Destroy! Anything That Gets In Our Way We Will Tear It Down Tear It Down... Crush The Enemy (Repeat thrice) (Solo: Powers) Crush The Enemy As Far As I Am Concerned As Far As I Am Concerned As Far As I Am Concerned As Far As I Am Concerned You Must Die! You Must Die! You Must Die, Die, Die Die, Die Die Die Die Die Die Die Die. DESTINATION DEATH Immortal One From A Distant Grave Your Time Is Nigh At Hand Rise And Shine Again I Still Can Say I Love You And I Mean It With All My Heart. Every Day We Are Wasting Away Dying And Dying And Dying Is There Another Way? 'Cos I Don't Know What I Will Do Without You And I know You Fe