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Artist: W.A.S.P.

Title: Golgotha

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W.A.S.P. Golgotha Album Cover


Category: Hard Rock

Year: 2015

Label: Napalm Records

Catalog Number: NPR 600 CD


Blackie Lawless lead vocals, guitars, keyboards
Douglas Blair lead guitar, vocals
Mike Duda bass
Michael Dupke drums


1.  Scream  
2.  Last Runaway  
3.  Shotgun  
4.  Miss You  
5.  Fallen Under  
6.  Slaves of the New World Order  
7.  Eyes of My Maker  
8.  Hero of the World  
9.  Golgotha  

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From: MetalllianStallion Date: November 4, 2015 at 1:56
Critics are calling this the best WASP release since "The Crimson Idol". That might be a stretch but this album kept me listening from start to finish which is a rarity in Lawless land. Blackie has always had a face for radio, looking like he spawned from a mummy's rectum. In recent pics he looks like he ate Chris Holmes, but still has those distinctive haunting vocals of a wounded soul screaming into the abyss,like no other. Golgotha's lyrics and album art imagery have apocalyptic/religious themes as Blackie was brought up a back seat Baptist and has rejoined the Christian flock saying he is going to be held accountable for his life by God. I saw him praying before a crowd at one performance and he doesn't perform the song "animal" live anymore. Golgotha’s production is top notch and this album is the most melodic WASP album I have heard as there is isn't any chain saw charlie cheese fillers. "Miss You" is WASP's best ballad since " Hold on". (2016) double bill tour with Stryper?

From: Metal T Date: November 16, 2015 at 16:53
This is a decent effort but its not even as good as Babylon was,let alone their best release since Crimson Idol'.Way too melodic and mellow for my taste.Some good tunes on there and the guitar work really shines but having been recorded over the course of like 4 years the album just does not resonate as well.

From: CC Date: December 12, 2015 at 16:11
I am not a mental WASP fan, but have always found them to be consistantly good (even KFD, despite the slight change in style). Of the recentish albums, this is probably their best, just purely because there are a lot more hookier songs on it. Sonically it is superb, and the guitar work is fantastic. Blackie still sounds great, and you cannot mistake him for anyone else. Certainly not gonna replace Headless Children as my fave album, but its a very strong piece of work no doubt.

From: dany69 Date: April 6, 2016 at 20:30
2015 Yes !! 2015 and W.A.S.P. is still so great,,so good,,Amazing album,,,,just can't believe that Blackie was with Nikki sixx at the start,,,Sorry i love sooooooooooooo much Motley,so much,,but Blackie is still the best and master of Metal,,,,,No doubt about this,,buy this,,,,,,,

From: dany69 Date: April 8, 2016 at 21:31
So agree with MetalllianStallion !!!! Best comment Dude,,,why not some shows with stryper,,,!!! after all,,,Those 2 albums is the best of the last years,,,,Stryper And W.A.s.P. Great Package Deal,,,,,

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