Hard rock pioneer Glenn Danzig has trolled through his archives for the 26-track collection "The Lost Tracks of Danzig." The double-disc set, which features all previously unreleased material, is due

Hard rock pioneer Glenn Danzig has trolled through his archives for the 26-track collection "The Lost Tracks of Danzig." The double-disc set, which features all previously unreleased material, is due May 29 via evilive. Some of the uncovered songs were nearly finished, while others required new vocal and instrumental parts.

The track list runs chronologically. The first two cuts, "Pain Like an Animal" and "When Death Had No Name," root in late Samhain but evolved into two of the very first Danzig tracks, intended for the band's self-titled debut. "Angels of the Seventh Dawn" was originally recorded for the 1990 album "Danzig II: Lucifuge," while "Crawl Across Your Killing Floor" was considered for "Danzig 6: Satan's Child," and "White Devil Rise," was recorded for 1994's "Danzig 4p."

Also included are covers of T-Rex's "Buick McKane," David Bowie's "Cat People," the Germs' "Caught in My Eye" and a sparse acoustic version of "Come to Silver" originally written for Johnny Cash.

Danzig was most recently heard from on last year's "Black Aria 2," which reached No. 8 on Billboard's Top Classical Crossover Albums chart.

Here is the track list for "Lost Tracks of Danzig":

Disc one:
"Pain Is Like an Animal"
"When Death Had No Name"
"Angel of the Seventh Dawn"
"You Should be Dying"
"Cold, Cold Rain"
"Buick McKane"
"When Death Had No Name"
"Satan's Crucifiction"
"The Mandrake's Cry"
"White Devil Rise"
"Come to Silver (acoustic)"
"Deep"
"Warlok"

Disc two:
"Lick the Blood Off My Hands"
"Crawl Across Your Killing Floor"
"I Know Your Lie"
"Caught in My Eye"
"Cat People"
"Bound by Blood"
"Who Claims the Soulless"
"Malefical"
"Soul Eater"
"Dying Seraph"
"Lady Lucifera"
"Under Belly of the Beast"
"Unspeakable Shango Mix"