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CategoryVinyl
ThemeBands
GenreHeavy Metal
EditionRe-Release
Media format2-LP
Media PackagingStandard
Available since 07.10.2016
Product code343317

Re-release on black vinyl (180 g).

After Michael Denner was replaced by Mike Wead (at that time: Hexenhaus, Memento Mori), the only original members left are King Diamond and Hank Sherman. But "Dead again" doesn't suffer from the line-up changes, though, and focuses on all Mercyful fortes of 1998.

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Can’t go wrong with MERCYFYL FATE

When it comes to some easy listening, or better said “easy to get into” stuff, MERCYFYL FATE never comes across as some example of it. Still, when it comes to their album “Dead Again” from 1998, it may seem really complex even considering MERCYFYL FATE standards. It may appear as too progressive on the first glance, or even too pretentious, but don’t surround to the first impression, it turns to be wrong very often. “Dead Again” grows on you, a bit slow perhaps, but inevitavbly. The more you listen to its complex structures and interwined riffs, the more you get enchanted by them. Another great but somehow overlooked work of art from the masters.

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Victim of Changes?

The Changes (right so, with the capital C) must have been the main priority of “Dead Again” album released by MERCYFUL FATE back in 1998. The most important and painful of them must have been Michael Denner’s decision to leave the band he had always been the highly important part. Then the sound of this album, which wasn’t like three of his predecessors from the second coming of the band. More alive, rawer and differently toned. And the music itself, which went more progressive, harder to follow way. Not an easy listening stuff, that’s for sure. It really needs some serious attention and several attempts to feel it the right way, and this new pressing of Metal Blade Records is the finest media to try it.

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