Ex-MISFITS Frontman MICHALE GRAVES: New Song Posted Online

Former MISFITS and current GOTHAM RD. frontman Michale Graves has posted a flash intro on his web site containing a clip of the song "Blackbird". The track, the originaly version of which was recorded by the band GRAVES on their "The Web of Dharma" CD, is expected to appear on Graves' upcoming solo album, tentatively due later this month.

In other news, Graves will play his final GOTHAM RD. show before joining The United States Marine Corps on December 31 at Connections in Clifton, NJ.

With regards to his enlistment in The United States Marine Corps, Graves had previously said, "My enlistment took place on August 25, 2004 with the full support of my friends and family. I will leave for recruit training on January 10, 2005 and will serve in the infantry reserve."


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