Hell? Well, unless you really believe said place is a fiery furnace of bubbling shit pits and cavernous orifices filled with godawful offal, but that could just be any walk in a National Park of New Zealand. Ah, generalities... gotta love how easy it is to hate them. Anyway, if Glenn Danzig ever did a Christmas album where he took classic songs from The Misfits, Samhain, and Danzig and twisted them like a candy cane, obviously "Green Hell" would become "White Hell" ... and for very good reason (even if that ellipses was just used without much reason at all). Other hot holiday hits from his haunted hairline of hell could include: "20 Elves", "Devilstocking", "Mommy Can I Go Out & Sleigh Tonight?", "Frosty A Go Go", "Where Reindeer Dare", "Menorahbund", "Sadistiklaus", "All Jingle Bells Break Loose", and "Snakes of Christmas". As for an album title, I guess I'd have to go with either Glenn Danzig's Holiday of Horrors or Season's Creepings: A Very Danzig Christmas Carol Collection. Sometimes I really think I ought to be his business affairs manager...
And, for those of you that really need to know because all that's left of summer is a faded rose, ol' fa-la-la-la-la-la-la-la-fatty is Dave England and he's about to fly no matter what Roger Alan Wade or this rickety reindeer says!
Fiending further Black (Christ)Mass spirit? Hail Sätän!
(Photo by Sean Cliver; Truckee, California 2010)