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Deadly Lullabyes Live . 2004. Art Music Group Metal Blade Records. No Presents For Christmas 06:48. Total playing time 90:09. King Diamond - vocals Andy La Rocque - guitars Mike Wead - guitars Hal Patino - bass Matt Thompson - drums. Guest musicians: Livia Zita - female vocals. A live album recorded on the . tour for "The Puppet Master"
Artist: King Diamond Duration: 01:30:10 File type: mp3. Play Pause Download. other tracks: King Diamond. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). King Diamond Broken Glass. KING DIAMOND No Presents For Christmas (from "Deadly Lullabyes" 2004 (AMG 204).
Post production at Los Angered Recording, Gothenburg, Sweden and Nomad Recording Studios, Dallas, TX, .
Album · 2004 · 20 Songs. Recorded on various dates during King Diamond’s 2003 tour to support The Puppet Master, Deadly Lullabyes Live is proof that the 20-year-old band showed no signs of fatigue after two decades of playing a highly demanding form of heavy metal. Featuring a cross section of material drawn from every phase of the band’s career, this album shows the group and their singer challenging each other to reach new peaks of exhilaration.
Deadly Lullabyes Live is a far different beast than the first King Diamond live album In Concert '87: Abigail, because let's face it: by the 21st century, the man's career was no longer one of rampant escalation, but an institution in the metal world. Naturally, there was far more content for him to draw upon when putting this together, and a lot more experience under his belt. The production here is a lot stronger than the previous live album, with a lot more pump to the rhythm guitars that helps balance off against LaRocque's noodling, which I needn't tell you is fantastic. The drums have a great mix, and Patino also sounds fantastic.
As a result, fans got a live document, Deadly Lullabyes: Live. Entering his third decade as a solo artist, Diamond and band are still leaders of the progressive metal pack - Diamond's multi-octave voice can still shatter glass, and longtime guitarist Andy LaRocque can still do battle with Yngwie Malmsteen. Balancing the old with the new, Deadly Lullabyes features such expected Diamond classics as "Eye of the Witch" and "No Presents for Christmas," along with newer faves like "Mansion in Sorrow" and The Puppet Master's title track.
Deadly Lullabyes (Live), 2004. Deadly Lullabyes (Live), 2004.