Faces Magazine, Summer 1990 --------------------------- DANZIG BY HIS OWN DESIGN No one but no one is more misinterpreted than Glenn Danzig. His attitude, his lyrics, his image, his beliefs, his past, his videos - the man is a prime target for every outrageous, out of context accusation would-be detractors can concoct about what they cannot comprehend. Glenn's exceptional songwriting/singing/performing talents remain undaunted. In fact, the recent Lucifuge album's rapid success is the ultimate fist in the face of anyone who doubts the man's impact, his band or the music that makes Danzig sui generis. Not one to waste time explaining himself (either you get it or you likely won't), Glenn offers these brief insights to the 11 songs he composed for the second Danzig release. Listen and learn. "Long Way Back From Hell": "What happens when you're doing something you're not prepared to pay the consequences for. If it's too hot in hell. Then don't sign up." "Snakes Of Christ": "The Catholics and the Baptists have perverted the teachings of Christ. Worshipping their version of Christ could be considered by some to be as bad as worshipping Satan." "Killer Wolf": "My version of an old blues song about guy who wolfs around the door of every girl in town. An old braggin' blues [tune]." "Tired Of Bein' Alive": "Self-explanatory." "I'm The One": "About a guy realizing his destiny. Another blues song. If you listen to them, all of my records have a bluesy feel to them. They're crazy and wild but also bluesy. Probably more on this record than ever before though." "Her Black Wings": "About a woman to the 10th power." "Devil's Plaything": "Control over another person." "777": "Armageddon. What exists after 666? The end." "Blood & Tears": "A girl's failed relationship and her subsequent torment." "Girl": "Sex to a new plateau." "Pain In The World": The birth of Evil and its place in this existence."