GLENN DANZIG Falls Off Stage At Baltimore Show?

Bob Suehs of Rock N Roll Experience has submitted the following report to BLABBERMOUTH.NET:

"I covered the opening night of the DANZIG tour in Baltimore, MD on October 23, 2007 and among other interesting things that happened that night, it was the first official performance of Doyle's [former MISFITS axeman Doyle Von Frankenstein] GORGEOUS FRANKENSTEIN and their set was plagued with problems. And then during DANZIG's set, Glenn fell off the stage during 'How the Gods Kill' and I have a pic of him getting back onstage after the fall... Also, Glenn was in a bad mood after the fall — he cut the show short and he nixed the MISFITS set with Doyle and was yelling at Todd Youth [guitar] the rest of the night telling him to slow down his playing. The story I was told from a security guard was that Glenn dislocated his shoulder, but I can't confirm that. However, he was hurt badly because he did not meet fans after the show... he ran directly to the bus and didn't come out. Randy from LAMB OF GOD and the singer from GOD FORBID were in attendance at the show as well."

Read Bob's report from last night's show — and check out photos — at Rock N Roll Experience.

DANZIG's current tour is in support of "The Lost Tracks of Danzig", the two-CD set that was released May 29, as well as Glenn's limited-edition book "Drukija, Contessa of Blood", loosely based on the legend of 17th century vampire Countess Elizabeth Bathory, and illustrated by long time collaborator Simon Bisley.

Sony Legacy will reissue the following five DANZIG albums on November 13:

"Danzig" (1988)
"Danzig II: Lucifuge" (1990)
"Danzig III: How the Gods Kill" (1992)
"Thrall - DemonSweatLive" (1993)
"Danzig IV" (1994)

The reissues are not expected to include any bonus tracks or new material.

As previously reported, DANZIG will release "The Lost Tracks of Danzig" as a limited-edition two-disc LP in a gatefold sleeve with an eight-page booklet. The exact release date has not yet been announced.

"The Lost Tracks" is comprised of 26 previously unreleased tracks that span Danzig's entire career and were originally recorded during the band's seven-album "arc" that began with 1988's "Danzig".

Glenn Danzig and Doyle Von Frankenstein performing together in March 2005:


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