Top King Diamond Albums
click on the album covers to see king diamond lyrics inside the album
Songs for the Dead: Live at Graspop Metal Meeting
Songs for the Dead: Live at Graspop Metal Meeting
[2019]
The Metal Blade Songs from
The Metal Blade Songs from "Dreams of Horror"
[2014]
Dreams of Horror (The Metal Blade Years)
Dreams of Horror (The Metal Blade Years)
[2014]
Give Me Your Soul...Please
Give Me Your Soul...Please
[2007]
Deadly Lullabyes (Live)
Deadly Lullabyes (Live)
[2004]
The Puppet Master
The Puppet Master
[2003]
20 Years Ago - A Night of Rehearsal
20 Years Ago - A Night of Rehearsal
[2001]
Abigail II - The Revenge
Abigail II - The Revenge
[2001]
House of God
House of God
[2000]
Voodoo
Voodoo
[1998]
In Concert 1987 - Abigail (Live)
In Concert 1987 - Abigail (Live)
[1997]
The Graveyard
The Graveyard
[1996]
The Spider's Lullabye (Deluxe Version)
The Spider's Lullabye (Deluxe Version)
[1995]
The Complete Roadrunner Collection 1986-1990 (Reissued)
The Complete Roadrunner Collection 1986-1990 (Reissued)
[1990]
In Concert 1987: Abigail (Live)
In Concert 1987: Abigail (Live)
[1990]
The Eye
The Eye
[1990]
Conspiracy
Conspiracy
[1989]
Them
Them
[1988]
Abigail
Abigail
[1987]
Fatal Portrait
Fatal Portrait
[1986]
order by popularity | order by alphabet
Burn Into The Convent At The Graves 1642 Imprisonment A Broken Spell A Mansion In Darkness A Secret A Visit From The Dead Abigail Aftermath Arrival Behind These Walls Black Horsemen Charon Coming Home Cremation Cross Of Baron Samedi Dreams Dressed In White Eye Of The Witch Father Picard From The Other Side Funeral Gypsy Halloween Haunted If They Only Knew Insanity Let It Be Done Life After Death Louisiana Darkness Lurking In The Dark Moonlight Mother's Getting Weaker Omens One Down Two To Go Out From The Asylum Room 17 Salem Sarah's Night Sending To Dead Six Feet Under Sleepless Nights Tea The 7th Day Of July 1777 The Accusation Chair The Candle The Curse The Exorcist The Family Ghost The Invisible Guests The Jonah The Meetings The Poltergeist The Portrait The Wedding Dream To The Morgue Twilight Symphony Two Little Girls Unclean Spirits Victimized Voodoo Welcome Home Loa House Whispers I'm Not A Stranger Daddy The Graveyard Catacomb Waiting Lucy Forever Goodbye The Lake Upon The Cross The Trial (Chambre Ardent) Just A Shadow House Of God Help!!! Voices From The Past Passage To Hell This Place Is Terrible Follow The Wolf The Pact Lies Black Devil The Trees Have Eyes Sleep Tight Little Baby Moving On To Whom It May Concern. Mirror Mirror Phone Call Killer Up From The Grave The Spider's Lullabye Dead Evil No More Me Magic Eastmann's Cure Broken Glass Never Ending Hill Trick Or Treat The Shrine Foreword Black Hill Sanitarium The Puppet Master Devil Eyes Blood To Walk A Dangerous Meeting The Possession Pictures In Red A Corpse Without Soul & Quot;loa & Quot;house Miriam Darkness Slippery Stairs Cold As Ice Curse Of The Pharaohs Heads On The Wall Shapes Of Black Storm Bye Bye Missy Spirits Give Me Your Soul Black Of Night Come To The Sabbath I Am Digging Graves More Than Pain Spare This Life (intro) Crypt Mommy Cellar Midnight Meet Me At Midnight Blue Eyes No Presents For Christmas Emerencia Doomed By The Living Dead The Ritual Nuns Have No Fun Christmas Mansion In Sorrow Girl In The Bloody Dress The Wheelchair So Sad Little One Sorry Dear Masquerade Of Madness Them Amon Belongs To Them
Duets & Collaborations (1)
Related Information for King Diamond
King Diamond is the band that King Diamond (Kim Petersen) formed after he left Mercyful Fate which eventually caused the remaining members to split up(although Michael Denner and Timi Hansen were also members of King Diamond) - following the departure of Hank Shermann. Although the first incarnation of King Diamond featured members of Mercyful Fate, the band lost most of its proto-black metal style and become a heavy metal band. The Satanic focus of Mercyful Fate's lyrics was replaced by a focus on horror stories. Apart from two albums, each of the albums contained a story told throughout the songs; some stories span more than one album. Only Fatal Portrait and The Spider's Lullaby deviate here, in tha... read more
We use cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. You can read more about the new "GDPR" policy here