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Son Of Sam

Songs From The Earth

(Memebers Of AFI, Danzig, Samhain)

Nitro 15840

Released on April 17, 2001


$12.75

Son of Sam is a one-of-a-kind pairing of individuals consisting of AFI vocalist Davey Havok, Danzig guitarist Todd Youth, Samhain/Tiger Army drummer London May, and Samhain drummer Steve Zing. The underground buzz on Son of Sam will become a reality on April 17, 2001 when they release their first album on Nitro Records entitled "Songs From the Earth." Also appearing on the album is Glenn Danzig, Danzig drummer Joey C. and Danzig bassist Howie Pyro.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 37 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Of Power Voted #2  19%
2 Stray  8%
3 Evernight  8%
4 In The Hills  8%
5 Songs From The Earth Voted #3  14%
6 Satiate  6%
7 Of Man  4%
8 Michael Voted #1  22%
9 Purevil  7%
10 Invocation  3%
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Brandon from Boiling Springs, SC 
Aug 25 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a great CD! Featuring AFI vocalist and various members of Samhain and Danzig, do you really think this could go wrong?

The music is great, a twist of death rock (not death metal), horror punk, and a touch of heavy metal for good measure. The lyrics are extremely well written, the subject of most songs having something to do with the occult. The organ that is in some songs is kickass too!

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Elias from Tucson, AZ 
Jul 18 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I've been a fan of Samhain and AFI for a long time but I never actually got into buying this album. I regret the wait, this album is pretty good. Musically it sounds like a modern Samhain. Lyrically it's Davey Havok. Stray, Songs from the earth, and Michael are the best tracks on here. If another Son of Sam album ever comes out(rumor has it that Michale Graves will front it) I will definitly get it.

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Nick from Chehalis, WA 
Mar 27 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

its a pretty good album. not too surprising. but i would recomend getting it anyways. the idea of the band is good, thats basically why i bought it. it sounds as it should and i was satisfide.

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Ryan from Raleigh, NC 
Feb 7 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

It's easy to tell that Todd Youth had alot of control over how the record would end up. Theres alot of Danzig & Misfits influence with pissed, omnipotent & empatheic Davey Havoc lyrics. Overall, I liked the whole thing, but the best songs are In The Hills, Stray, Of Man and Purevil. The are very talented & hopefully they'll put another record together.

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Mark from Damascus, MD 
Oct 8 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Davey Havok is an amazing singer, and makes this album so intense. It's alot different than any AFI record, but it's definetely good. Pick it up

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Jason from Mineola, NY 
Mar 29 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is much better than I had initially anticipated. It's much better than any Samhain or Danzig record (I know, what a blasphemous statement, right? Yeah, well, I'll admit I am a bit biased when it comes to Davey Havok seeing as how I have a hetero man-crush on the guy). It's gloomy, dark, yet somehow anthemic. A severly underrated album if you ask me. This is a great documentation of the gap between "The Art of Drowning" and "Sing the Sorrow". If you buy this and are expecting AFI then yer gonna be disappointed for this sounds nothing like AFI save the fact that it has Davey doing the singing and some backing vocals by Nick 13. The one problem I have with this album is that Glenn didn't do any guest vocals on it, although I don't think anyone would be able to handle the sheer intensity and amazingness that would come of a Glenn Danzig and Davey Havok collaboration. In conclusion: Do yerself a favor and buy this ASAP.

JXS

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Daniel from Crestview, FL 
Feb 12 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great CD! Different from AFI, but in a good way. only problem is its too short! Pick it up if you love AFI but are getting bored listening to all there own albums and are tired of waiting on there new one.

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Tom from Livingston, MT 
Jan 14 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD was basically what I expected it to be. AFI is my favorite band, so pretty much anything Davey Havok puts out I will buy. I enjoyed most of the songs. Number 10 is by far my least favorite track. I recommend #'s 1,2,5,8,9

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Drew from San Angelo, TX 
Dec 11 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I, like many people, bought this CD because I discovered that Davey Havok did vocals on it(And I gave it to my friend for Christmas). I was not disappointed. The current drummer of Tiger Army plays on this record which is cool because AFI has a very close tie with Tiger Army, seeing as Adam Carson used to be the drummer for Tiger Army and Tiger Army's first show was with AFI. Anyways, This record is very dark and very melodic. Guitarist for Danzig does some very intricate and impressive solo work on it. Each song is very layered and intricate and Davey's vocals top off the amazing work of the guitars. Four members of Danzig appear on this record too. The drumming strongly reminds me of the Misfits, which is also ironic, because AFI as well as Tiger Army are big Misfits fans, as both bands have covered the Misfits. Songs from the Earth is not a very fast-paced record but the songs flow well together nevertheless. Lyrics are dark, deep, and descriptive which is expected of Davey.

5 stars to this supergroup's debut album!

I am looking forward to another record if and when the members have time aside from their respective full-time bands.

Strongly recommended if you are a fan of AFI, Tiger Army, Danzig, Samhain, or the Misfits.

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Christa from Yuma, AZ 
Sep 10 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

good band. good cd. it's kind of short though. only 10 songs. but it is good though. okay so i'm supposed to write a couple more lines soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo there they are. i'm done. oh yeah, buy it if you like Davey Havok and AFI.

 
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