Former MISFITS Frontman Discharged From Military

Former MISFITS frontman Michale Graves has been given an honorable medical discharge from the military and will be returning home to New Jersey to rest and get his body back to 100 percent.

Never one to sit still, Michale has already begun working on the next chapter in his life. Michale's new CD, "Punk Rock is Dead", is slated to hit stores in April/May. This album has been described as "Michale's triumphant return to horrorock! A blend of old-school punk with a new twist on the horrorock sound."

Michale will be taking over the operations at Westwood Feedback Studios in Westwood, New Jersey. Michale will not only act as the studio manager but he will also act as the chief producer for the studio. Any interested bands should e-mail [email protected] or call 201.874.4184.

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