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The Spider's Lullabye (Remastered)

King Diamond

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Album Review

Perhaps his best album since the classic Abigail, King Diamond's The Spider's Lullaby is another inspired goth rock opera containing some of his most melodic and tightly written songs. The album is produced in typical King Diamond fashion, with loads of layered vocals, creepy atmospherics and state of the art Eurometal musicianship from the band. Underrated guitarist Andy LaRocque delivers plenty of hair-raising neoclassical solos, and newcomer Herb Simonsen is no slouch himself. Check out "From the Other Side" for a slice of near-perfect King Diamond craftsmanship.

Biography

Born: 1985

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Widely regarded as the finest vocalist in all of metal (who possesses a multi-octave range), theatrical rocker King Diamond first rose to prominence as a member of Mercyful Fate before launching a solo career on his own. Born Kim Bendix Petersen in Denmark on June 14, 1956, the future King Diamond was originally drawn to theatrically based hard rock due to such trailblazers as Alice Cooper, and soon began fronting local bands in the '70s, including a punk metal outfit called the Brats. Shortly thereafter,...
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The Spider's Lullabye (Remastered), King Diamond
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Metal
  • Released: Jun 06, 1995

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