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Give Me Your Soul...Please
Give Me Your Soul...Please is the twelfth studio album by King Diamond, released on 26 June 2007. The album's concept and cover art are both based on a painting titled "My Mother's Eyes". The black cat featured in the album is based on King's own cat, Magic. This was the last album to feature bassist Hal Patino, who was fired from the band in 2014.
In the July/August issue of UK metal magazine Zero Tolerance, King elaborated on the themes of the album, being a story of two dead children, murdered by their father, relating their tale to him. He stated that cases of parents killing their children and then themselves were a large influence, citing such an incident which occurred in Dallas four days before the interview took place. Coincidentally, the music video for "Give Me Your Soul" was also released the day after the highly publicized Chris Benoit double-murder and suicide.
Feel The Fire
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Let There Be Blood
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The Art Of Dying
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Death Angel guitarist Rob Cavestany once explained the origin of the album title as follows: "That was actually an idea that Galeon brought in. He had seen an interview with Bruce Lee around that time, and he was speaking about this philosophy that he had gotten from the Tibetan Book of the Dead. He was describing the passage about the path you choose in your life, and the way that you live your life as the art of dying. Whereas if you are living in a morbid kind of way as though you’re just on your way to your death slowly but surely, every day that you walk the earth, well, becomes the art of dying. Sometimes it’s just the way that you treat your life that determines your destiny." The Art of Dying sold around 2,100 copies in its first week in the U.S.
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Live at the Fillmore
Live at the Fillmore is a live album by the thrash metal band Testament. It was released in 1995 on Prosthetic Records. The first fourteen tracks are live recordings and the last three are semi-acoustic versions of previously released songs. As of December 1999, Live at the Fillmore sold over 32,500 copies in the U.S.
Mercyful Fate Albums
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Dead Again is the sixth studio album by Mercyful Fate, released in 1998 by Metal Blade Records. It marks the first album from Mercyful Fate that Michael Denner is not present on. It also marked a new era for the band, as the production is more muddy and raw, and the guitar tone is more distorted than on the three previous albums. In addition, the album introduced a more complex and arguably progressive sound to several of its tracks.
Into The Unknown
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In the Shadows
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The album cover was painted by Torbjorn Jorgensen / Studio Dzyan.
Return of the Vampire
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Don't Break the Oath
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The style Mercyful Fate employed on Don't Break the Oath resembled a mixture of heavy metal with progressive elements, lyrically preoccupied with Satan and the occult and distinguished by King Diamond's theatrical falsetto vocals. Although very influential to future black metal bands due to its lyrical content, the music itself is more reminiscent of traditional heavy metal. The album was remastered and subsequently re-issued on Roadrunner Records in 1997. This reissue came with the bonus track "Death Kiss", which would eventually evolve into the album's lead-off track, "A Dangerous Meeting". Metal Rules named this the greatest extreme metal album of all time.
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The Bell Witch - EP
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