Blink-182, in their best Joaquin Phoenix homages, perform a Misfits classic.
And as always, entry is FREE
Riot Fest’s Chicago and Denver lineups feature Misfits, Ween, Death Cab For Cutie, Nas, Deftones and plenty more.
Only’s prophecy could be coming true.
Punters who rightly arrived early the Foo Fighters gig in Sydney last night got a special surprise, when supports (and headliners in their own right) Rise Against brought out ex-My Chemical Romance frontman Gerard Way for a cover of the Misfits classic Astro Zombies. The acts brought the 1982 Misfits horror-punk track, inspired by a
Misfits leader Jerry Only has returned fire in the wake of a new lawsuit filed by band founder Glenn Danzig, which alleges Only misappropriated exclusive ownership of the band’s trademarks and used them to reap profit via merchandising deals, most notably with US alt-chain store Hot Topic. In a statement released to Alternative Press, Only
In a move that’s left much of the punk rock world wondering what took him so long, Glenn Danzig has filed a suit against former Misfits bandmate Jerry Only, claiming the bassist registered trademarks for everything Misfits-related in 2000 behind Danzig’s back, violating a 1994 contract. As Re-Tox write, Danzig’s suit alleges that by misappropriating
Misfits have confirmed their return to Australian shores, marking January 2014 as the arrival date. A permanent presence in the punk world for over 35 years, the band has lost none of their fury, belting out a live show that bands half their age would tremble at. The band were last in town back in
The Misfits have announced a tour of Australia and New Zealand for January 2011. The Misfits are now fronted by Jerry Only and feature ex Black Flag members.