Danzig 4 No one bellows like Glenn Danzig; after three albums, his mighty lungs still sound as if they could power a countryside of windmills. This record… Danzig 4 No one bellows like Glenn Danzig; after three albums, his mighty lungs still sound as if they could power a countryside of windmills. This record… Glenn Danzig
Music Review

Album Review: '4' (1994)

EW's GRADE
A-

Details Lead Performance: Glenn Danzig

No one bellows like Glenn Danzig; after three albums, his mighty lungs still sound as if they could power a countryside of windmills. This record finds him and his band in full Conan-the-Rocker splendor, but also moving beyond the pillage with a few dark, brooding ballads, a downright arty piece (''Sadistikal''), and more actual singing than shouting from their leader. Plus, their sense of humor remains intact: The album ends with a devilish Gregorian chant that seems to know how Spinal Tap it is. A-

Originally posted Oct 14, 1994 Published in issue #244 Oct 14, 1994 Order article reprints
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