The culmination of a string of largely overlooked late-Nineties King Diamond records, 1999’s Voodoo is, like most of the Great Dane’s catalog, a spooky concept album. This one tells the tale of a Louisiana family who move into an old colonial house that turns out to be right next to a “voodoo graveyard.” King’s glass-shattering shriek and Andy LaRoque’s guitar heroics abound, but the highlight might be Pantera shredder Dimebag Darrell’s epic guest solo on the title track, which seals the deal on this criminally slept-on cult classic.
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