One of Christian Death's best latter-day efforts, Sexy Death God is largely Valor's show, finding him handling strings and production chores as well as guitar and vocals. The key to the album is that Valor has toned down the overambitious concepts and concentrated more on songwriting -- and even though there's still some unfocused filler, the results are generally of a higher standard than much of Valor's most recent work without Rozz Williams. Highlights include "Invitation au Suicide," "Temples of Desire," "The Serpent's Tail," and "Kingdom of the Tainted Kiss."
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AllMusic Review by Steve Huey