DANZIG: Chicago Live Photos Posted Online

Several photos from DANZIG's performance at the House Of Blues in Chicago on Monday, February 21 have been posted online at this location.

As previously reported, Glenn Danzig will be joined by his former MISFITS bandmate Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein for a special 30-minute set of MISFITS classics at three DANZIG East Coast shows in early March (Monday, February 28 at the Roxy Theatre in Boston, Wednesday, March 1 at the Spirit Performance Center in New York, and Thursday, March 2 at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia). Two West Coast cities witnessed a Glenn and Doyle reunion late last year, marking the first time the two had shared a stage in some 20 years.

DANZIG's U.S. tour, which features KATAKLYSM, TRIVIUM, and EYES OF FIRE on various dates, kicked off last week, and is in support of the band's latest album, "Circle of Snakes". In addition, Danzig has completed "Black Aria II", the follow up to 1993's "Black Aria" which reached the #1 position on Billboard's Classical chart, and is in the process of writing the screenplay for a film adaptation of "Gerouge", one of the comic book titles distributed by his Verotik publishing company.


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