DANZIG: Sayreville Performance Footage Posted Online

Fan-filmed video footage of DANZIG's December 26, 2009 performance at the Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, New Jersey can be viewed below.

The band's setlist was as follows:


01. Skincarver
02. Twist of Cain
03. Am I Demon
04. Tired of Being Alive
05. Her Black Wings
06. Long Way Back From Hell
07. How The Gods Kill
08. Do You Wear The Mark
09. It's Coming Down
10. Brand New God
11. Satan's Crucifixion
12. Bringer of Death
13. Unspeakable
14. Black Angel, White Angel
15. Mother


16. Skulls (w/ Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein)
17. Die, Die My Darling (w/ Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein)

For every Danzig fan who was dying to know the lyrics to all the DANZIG, MISFITS and SAMHAIN songs — tracks that never had their "dark verses" printed — well, wait no more. Glenn Danzig's song lyrics, illustrated by longtime Danzig collaborator and friend Simon Bisley, will finally see the light of day. Each song gets its own illustration by Bisley, who has painted many album covers for Danzig, including the latest CD, "The Lost Tracks of Danzig", and ex-MISFITS member Doyle Von Frankenstein's solo project GORGEOUS FRANKENSTEIN (which Glenn produced). The book will be available at indie record stores, as well as select comic shops.

Glenn Danzig is currently in the studio working on the new DANZIG album, tentatively in early 2010. 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."


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