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King Diamond
CD Reviews
Abigail
Review by Gary Hill
No one writes scary concept albums like King Diamond - no one. This disc is one of the spookiest lyrical excursions you will ever encounter.
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Fatal Portrait
Review by Gary Hill
Given that this is our October issue, King Diamond seemed an obvious choice for a retro review.

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Them
Review by Gary Hill
King Diamond has a way of making albums that are really great horror stories set to song. Them is one of the best of those.

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Concert Reviews
King Diamond - Live at House of Blues, Chicago, April 27,2005
Review by Mike Korn
There are a lot of good bands in the heavy metal scene today, but how many real entertainers are there? By "entertainer", I mean individuals who go out and put on a complete package that offers more than just going on stage and playing songs with enthusiasm?
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Interviews
King Diamond
Interview by Mike Korn
Interview with Mike Wead from 2005



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Witchery
Review by Mike Korn
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Various Artists - Fenriz Presents: The Best of Old School Black Metal
Review by Mike Korn
They say that rock and roll is the devil's music. Well, there are those definitely agree and who do their level best to make tunes that Old Nick would be proud of.
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Various Artists - Metal Retardation: Are You Metally Retarded? DVD
Review by Gary Hill
This is a collection of video clips and interview clips. It is bizarre, but also cool.
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Glen Drover - Metalusion
Review by Gary Hill

Glen Drover is perhaps best known for his work with Megadeth and King Diamond along with his band Eidolon.


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Probot - Probot
Review by Mike Korn
It seems a sad fact that many artists forget the music of their younger days when they "mature". It's not unusual to find a successful musician trying to deny or belittle his time in punk, heavy metal or hard rock bands.
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Witchery - Symphony for the Devil
Review by Mike Korn
It seems a crying shame that this record didn't arrive in time for inclusion in the last edition of MSJ. That issue tried to focus on spooky stuff and no band fits the bill better than Witchery, who's brand
of "horror metal" perhaps would have made them Poe's favorite metal band (if we can envision Poe headbanging it would surely be to Witchery)!
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