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Son Of Sam

Into The Night

Horror High

Released on September 16, 2008

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After nearly an eight year hiatus, Son Of Sam returns with the gritty & melodic darkness of “Into The Night”. One of the most anticipated releases in the death rock world, this release will be strongly embraced by both new recruits & fans who have waited in anticipation. Features members of Danzig and Samhain!

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 6 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The Bleeding Voted #1  21%
2 Suffer Voted #3  12%
3 Dark Life  10%
4 Into The Night  12%
5 Twisted Soul Voted #2  14%
6 Death Baby  7%
7 They Have Risen  12%
8 Sons Of New  10%
9 Darkness Calls (Pure Evil II)  2%
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Andrew from Elmhurst, IL 
Nov 27 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I think the first one was better, this one is missing half the original line-up (Davey Havok,London May.)I thought that this would suck, usually when bands change something drastically like a songwriter/vocalist it blows. I was pleasantly surprised. Although it sounds heavy(hardcore punk)it still comes across as sadistic which I like in a "death rawk" album. I wish it was more DARKER sounding though.. considering the way these guys dress.

Because Songs From the Earth was partially brilliant and Son of Sam was indeed a "super group," it was natural this release falls short. Ian Thorne did one hell of a job standing in for Davey. Still, Havok is the superior lyrical writer, especially for horror/death/satanic and gothic themed records. He demonstrates the hell out of this in the First Son of Sam record.

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James from Clayton, NC 
Oct 2 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

A totally solid album. So what if their is no Davey Havok. The current singer helps to make this a classic album and I would recommend it to anyone who is into horror punk.. or "death rock" or whatever they call it!!

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Terry from Eliot, ME 
Sep 30 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Love Son of Sam,that said have to say i liked the first album better.This is a great album and is pretty true to the Son of Sam way.Look forward to hopefully seeing them on tour in the future..

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Reid from Hickory, NC 
Sep 18 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Into the Night is an INCREDIBLE disc that lays waste to Songs from the Earth, in my opinion. I love AFI and Davey's voice, but Ian Thorne's vocals fit this material like a black glove on a Italian giallo killer's hand. The song riff off horror rock tradition without blantant imitation. Several of the songs are very reminiscent of the Damned (the title track and "Twisted Soul"), and there are of course tracks baring the mark of Glenn Danzig in his various incarnations ("Death Betty" and, hell, pretty much all of it). Into the Night is by FAR the best horror rock disc I've heard this year (although, to be fair, I haven't heard all of the new Nim Vind yet!)

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Tony from San Bernardino, CA 
Sep 16 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Awesome album. This is NOT Songs of the Earth part II if that is what you are looking for. Lacks some of the atmospheric and gothic quality that Davey brought to the band, but what we have in its place is a dark hard edged death rock record. New vocalist Ian Thorne sounds great. His voice is a mid range croon that really works with this sound. Todd's guitar playing is yet again top notch, and rest assured Steve and Karl have no trouble keeping the rhythm section tight.

Overall great album. If you dug the concept behind Songs from the Earth (not just Davey) you should definately pick this up.

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Charles from West Covina, CA 
Sep 16 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Great cd really keeps the horror punk sound alive and strong. Ian Thorne's voice if perfect for son of sam, its really worth listening to. I really recommend buying this cd if your into the horror punk scene you will like this.





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