Dead Again

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All Music Guide - Greg Prato
Before Type O Negative, there was really no such thing as goth metal. And the group that hails from the bowels of Brooklyn (not Transylvania, as some assume) is still at it, on their sixth studio album overall -- and first for the SPV label -- 2007's Dead Again. Unbelievably heavy sludge riffs are still a main ingredient, as well as singer Pete Steele's ongoing "Kill me, I'm in agony" lyrics, and vocals that sometimes sound quite Bela Lugosi-esque. The album-opening title track may very well be the most melodic song the band has ever recorded, but the Type O we all know and love is lurking right around the bend, especially on such tracks as "The Profits of Doom" (the album's...
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Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Greg Prato
Before Type O Negative, there was really no such thing as goth metal. And the group that hails from the bowels of Brooklyn (not Transylvania, as some assume) is still at it, on their sixth studio album overall -- and first for the SPV label -- 2007's Dead Again. Unbelievably heavy sludge riffs are still a main ingredient, as well as singer Pete Steele's ongoing "Kill me, I'm in agony" lyrics, and vocals that sometimes sound quite Bela Lugosi-esque. The album-opening title track may very well be the most melodic song the band has ever recorded, but the Type O we all know and love is lurking right around the bend, especially on such tracks as "The Profits of Doom" (the album's original working title), "She Burned Me Down," and "An Ode to Locksmiths," the latter of which contains a guitar riff so Tony Iommi-esque that it sounds straight off of Sabbath Bloody Sabbath. With Dead Again, Type O Negative delivers another album of dark tales and even darker riffs, and will reassure morose metalheads that they can still count on Steele to spread the misery.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 3/13/2007
  • Label: Steamhammer Us
  • UPC: 693723991924
  • Catalog Number: 99192
  • Sales rank: 14,977

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Type O Negative Primary Artist
Pete Steele Bass, Vocals, Track Performer, Group Member
Paul Bento Vocals, Tamboura, Box
Josh Silver Keyboards, Vocals, Track Performer, Group Member
Kenny Hickey Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer, Group Member
Tara Vanflower Vocals
Johnny Kelly Drums, Vocals, Track Performer, Group Member
Riyaz Vocals
Bensonhurst Lesbian Choir Background Vocals
Tambura Vocals
Technical Credits
Pete Steele Composer, Producer
Paul Bento Engineer
Michael Marciano Engineer, Mastering
Josh Silver Producer, Engineer, Audio Production
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Type O's Best Ever!

    I love all of Type O's work - but "Dead Again" is at another level. Undeniably their best work since "October Rust". It has more of a punk/thrash influence, but the slow dirges are still there too. I like Pete's natural vocal style just as much as the "vampire" vocals. Outstanding!

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