What’s glaring about “Golgotha” is that W.A.S.P. are in a contented yet muscular verve while doing very little to change the core formula that has hardly deviated since “The Headless Children”. This includes the seven-minute ballad “Miss You”, where Blackie Lawless hits a sage, wrenching depth to his vocals. Guitarist Doug Blair screeches and skids his guitar solo with gusto as the song implies sex but with class. Blair is a beast of a different nature altogether on this album, hitting the pinnacle of his powers on the guttural “Miss You”.