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Glenn Danzig Talks 25th Anniversary of Debut Danzig Album, Upcoming Covers Disc + More

Glenn Danzig
Scott Gries, Getty Images

Glenn Danzig, legendary singer of both Danzig and the Misfits, was the guest on Full Metal Jackie’s radio show this past weekend. Glenn spoke all about celebrating 25 years of music with the band’s self-titled disc as well as his years with Samhain and the Misfits. The vocalist also talked about working on his covers al

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Misfits, ‘Hell Night’ – Best Hidden Tracks

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Geffen

Horror punk legends the Misfits hid a gem entitled 'Hell Night' at the end of the band's 1997 album, 'American Psycho.' Greatly inspired by some of the horror world's greatest and most beloved films, 'Hell Night' was named after a 1981 flick of the same name, which depicts four college students in a spooky mansion.

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Misfits’ ‘Die, Die My Darling’ – Reality Singing Show Fails

Singing Show Fails

The Misfits have never sounded so awful with this rendition of 'Die, Die My Darling.' If you thought that Misfits singer Glenn Danzig experienced pain when he got punched in the head, this dude's singing could legitimately knock him into a coma.

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Former Misfits Singer Michale Graves Busted on Pot Charges

Michale Graves
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Michale Graves (real name Michael Emanuel) was arrested July 23rd at a border checkpoint in Kennedy County, Texas, and charged with possession of six grams of marijuana. The former Misfits singer, touring with his solo band, was jailed overnight and forced to miss the band’s July 24 show in El Paso, Texas.

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Misfits Turn Times Square Into Times Scare on Halloween Night in New York City

Jerry Only
Liz Ramanand, Loudwire

There’s no better way to spend Halloween than with Horror punk icons the Misfits, who tore up B.B. King Blues Club & Grill in Times Square in New York City last night (Oct 31).

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The Misfits, ‘The Devil’s Rain’ – Album Review

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Misfits.com

As most Misfits fans would guess without hearing a note of music, we're sad to report that 'The Devil's Rain' pales in comparison to every other record bearing the iconic band's logo.

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Misfits Announce New Album, Fall 2011 Tour

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Misfits.com

Horror-punk legends the Misfits have announced plans to release their first album in nearly a decade and will support it with a lengthy fall U.S. tour. 'The Devil's Rain' -- the band's follow-up to 2003's 'Project 1950' -- is due to drop Oct. 4.

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