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The Dark Sides is a compilation of King Diamond songs, released in 1988 by Roadrunner Records. This album contains five tracks (and an outro), released on previous albums, but are mostly unrelated in their stories (as King's albums were concept albums). The album cover featured King Diamond with face paint that resembled KISS bassist Gene Simmons' "Demon".
A Different Breed of Killer. 9 фев 2019 : Гитарист KING DIAMOND о записи новых песен. Гитарист KING DIAMOND Andy LaRocque сообщает: Я на самом деле сочиняю песни для нового альбома King Diamond. Думаю, фанатам будет интересно узнать, что King придерживается своей линии. У него есть кое-какие идеи, и я уверен, что очень скоро он приступит к записи этих самых идей, хотя, что касается лирики и историй для альбома, у него уже было немало материала и до этого.
Them" is the third studio album by King Diamond released in 1988 on Roadrunner Records. Them is the first album to feature guitarist Pete Blakk and bassist Hal Patino. It is the first of two fictional concept albums about King and his mentally ill grandmother, the second of these being Conspiracy. King falls into a harrowing descent into madness via his grandmother and the voices in the House of Amon, known to the listener only as "Them". This album has sold over 200,000 copies in North America alone.
The discography of King Diamond, a Danish heavy metal band, consists of twelve studio releases, three live albums, five compilations, six singles, and four music videos. King Diamond was formed in 1985, after the dissolution of the group Mercyful Fate, by vocalist King Diamond, guitarists Andy LaRocque and Michael Denner, bassist Timi Hansen, and drummer Mikkey Dee. The following year, the band released their debut album Fatal Portrait, which charted at number 33 in Sweden.
King Diamond: Vocals Andy LaRocque: Guitar Mike Wead: Guitar Pontus Egberg: Bass Matt Thompson: Drums. There is only one King Diamond, and for more than thirty years the great Dane has been dropping classic albums and putting on shows fans remember for the rest of their lives. Perhaps the only downside to having such a formidable catalogue is that there are just too many great songs to fit into a single set.
The Eye is a concept album by King Diamond released in 1990. It continues to feature a major storyline such as other King Diamond albums, though it is told differently. The Eye is the first album to feature drummer Snowy Shaw and the last to feature guitarist Pete Blakk and bassist Hal Patino until his return on Abigail II: The Revenge.