Samhain III: November-Coming-Fire

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Samhain III: November-Coming-Fire
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Studio album by Samhain
Released February 1986
Recorded 1985–1986 at Reel Platinum, Lodi, New Jersey, United States
Genre Deathrock, horror punk, gothic rock
Length 28:30
Label Plan 9
Producer Glenn Danzig
Samhain chronology
Unholy Passion
(1985)Unholy Passion1985
Samhain III: November-Coming-Fire
(1986)
Final Descent
(1990)Final Descent1990
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Samhain III: November-Coming-Fire is the second studio album by American horror punk band Samhain. It was released in February 1986, through lead singer Glenn Danzig's independent record label, Plan 9.

Background[edit]

November-Coming-Fire contains a re-recorded version of the Misfits' "Halloween II".

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Glenn Danzig.[2][3].

No. Title Length
1. "Diabolos '88" 1:24
2. "In My Grip" 2:44
3. "Mother of Mercy" 3:09
4. "Birthright" 2:10
5. "To Walk the Night" 2:11
6. "Let the Day Begin" 2:36
7. "Halloween II" 3:15
8. "November's Fire" 2:47
9. "Kiss of Steel" 1:29
10. "Unbridled" 1:48
11. "Human Pony Girl" 4:57

Legacy[edit]

AllMusic wrote that the album "continues to be an influence for both punk and thrash bands".[1] The track "Mother of Mercy" was featured in the 2009 video game Guitar Hero: Metallica. Metallica co-founder James Hetfield lists November-Coming-Fire as one of his top ten albums of all time.

Personnel[edit]

  • Glenn Danzig – vocals, keyboards, drums on tracks 1, 4, 6, 8 and 11
  • Eerie Von – bass guitar, background vocals
  • Pete "Damien" Marshall – guitar, background vocals
  • London May – drums on tracks 2-3, 5, 7 and 9, background vocals
Technical

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Book, John. "November-Coming-Fire – Samhain : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards : AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 13 February 2013. 
  2. ^ "November-Coming-Fire – Credits". AllMusic. Retrieved 20 March 2013. 
  3. ^ "ASCAP Database". ASCAP. Retrieved 22 March 2013. 

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