Watching Danzig sing about razor blades in apples and killing black cats in the song “Halloween” while two large jack o’lanterns loom over him gave the ghoulish rockers in the crowd a thrill so close to the actual holiday.
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The influence of Hispanics on the metal scene was on full display that night and will no doubt continue if bands like Elefantkiller, Arka and Introtyl continue to decimate stereotypes.
Both singers would be the first to tell you that they cannot replace Ronnie James Dio, but both provided their own spin on the classic songs. Owens stuck to the traditional metal vocals for great anthems Dio wrote, while Logan’s blues style of singing brought out the emotional depths of Dio’s lyricism.
“Otep’s recent show at the Gramercy Theatre combined a kick-ass metal onslaught with a clear political message. That message firmly directed at President Trump.”