“If there’s ever a band more torn between its dark and dangerous side (thus the pentagram) and its romantic, sensitive side (the heart), it’s His Infernal Majesty. The Finnish act, better known by its HIM acronym, never quite makes peace between its lover and devilish ends on Greatest Love Songs, Vol. 666. It doesn’t even try. It’s safely at home in the world of Interview with a Vampire, where classic romance blooms in the darkest of murk. While it’s a formula that makes Chris Carrabba and Peter Murphy sound dispassionate, it comes closer to succeeding on this album than HIM’s ever done before.” ~ read full review by Matt Schild
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“Sluggish guitar riff that sets into motion as a keyboard layers the melody. The drums pulses with a feel and the band unites in a Rock and Roll we’ve not heard in over a decade or ever for that matter. A absolute born rock singer lights his cigarette and then so elegantly lets you know about what love does to us all in some way. I noticed HIM’s symbol of the “heartagram” and listened carefully to the words and the way they pummel a listener with a truth in between lines. Its as though the lyrics see love as a great evil, because it can be all you want so greatly that it can and will drive you mad. Like a fierce drug that holds us all in its absolute power. ~ review by Michael J. Harper
Greatest Lovesongs, Vol. 666, but H.I.M. surprises in a very positive way. H.I.M.’s stigma of so-called “love metal” is actually undeserved and relates only to Ville Valo’s love-oriented lyrics; the music itself combines metal with ’80s rock and some goth influences, and the album as a whole has a very diverse sound.” – view full review