Archive de la Morte

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Archive de la Morte
Video by Danzig
Released 2004
Recorded 1992 - 1993
Genre Heavy metal
Label Evilive, Regain Records
Director Glenn Danzig, Anton Corbijn, Jonathan Reiss
Producer Glenn Danzig
Danzig chronology
Lucifuge: The Video
(1991)
Archive de la Morte
(2004)
Il Demonio Nera
(2005)

Archive de la Morte (French for "Archive of Death") is a DVD released by Glenn Danzig's band Danzig in 2004.

The DVD continues the collection that began with the bands first two VHS releases, Danzig (1989) and Lucifuge: The Video (1991), and chronicles the band's video singles from their third album Danzig III: How the Gods Kill (1992) and their first EP Thrall-Demonsweatlive (1993). The DVD contains twelve music videos for the US release, and the European release includes an extra bonus video. Glenn Danzig regained the right of ownership over the music videos after winning a lawsuit against Rick Rubin. However, the R-rated version of "How the Gods Kill" differs slightly from that released in 1992 as part of the How the Gods Kill limited edition CD and VHS box set. According to Glenn Danzig, the earlier edit and all other music videos officially released previously by Rubin's American Recordings remain the property of the label.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Dirty Black Summer"
  2. "Dirty Black Summer" - Glenn Danzig performance
  3. "Dirty Black Summer" - Band performance
  4. "How the Gods Kill" - R-rated version
  5. "How the Gods Kill" - Band performance
  6. "Sistinas" (Previously unreleased)
  7. "Bodies" - Camera 1 (Previously unreleased)
  8. "Bodies" - Camera 2 (Previously unreleased)
  9. "It's Coming Down" - MTV version
  10. "It's Coming Down" - R-rated version (broadcast on The Box in 1993)
  11. "It's Coming Down" - Totally uncensored version
  12. "Mother '93" (Live) - (Live video footage and studio recorded music)

Europe bonus track

  1. "Left Hand Black" (Live) - (Live performance on October 31, 1992 at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre)

All music videos directed by Glenn Danzig, except "Dirty Black Summer" by Anton Corbijn, and "It's Coming Down" by Jonathan Reiss