DOYLE: JERRY ONLY 'F**ked Up' Proposed DANZIG-MISFITS Reunion Tour, Album
Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein — the former guitarist of both the old and new MISFITS, currently leader of horrorcore/metal band GORGEOUS FRANKENSTEIN — says new MISFITS singer-bassist-bandleader Jerry Only scuttled 2002 a reunion between the group and 'FITS founder Glenn Danzig.
"We were actually going to do a MISFITS reunion with Glenn," Doyle tells Cleveland Scene. "But Jerry put a fuckin' monkey wrench in it. [In] 2002. We had meetings... And [Jerry] kind of fucked it up, him and his manager. We were going to do a record, do a tour, and everything. So let all the MISFITS fans put that in their pipe and smoke it."
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GORGEOUS FRANKENSTEIN's debut album was produced by Glenn Danzig and was released through Glenn's label, Evilive. According to Glenn, he and Doyle recorded "eight blood-curdling tracks" that include "Man or Monster", "Devilgirl", "Reverse of God", and "Made In Hell". The two played all instruments on the album.
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