Ex-MISFITS Singer MICHALE GRAVES: WSOU Interview Available For Download
Former MISFITS frontman Michale Graves appeared on WSOU on Wednesday (June 8) to promote his upcoming solo album, "Punk Rock Is Dead", due on June 21 via Horror High Records. Download an MP3 file containing the audio of the interview at this location.
Drummer Paul Lifeless (A LIFELESS ALLIANCE, MISTER MONSTER) recently left Graves' solo band due to "prior commitment and circumstances." Replacing Lifeless on the band's upcoming tour will be Matt Johnson.
Michale Graves' 2005 lineup will be as follows:
Michale Graves - Vocals
Loki (ANGELSIN, GRAVES guitar tech) - Guitar
JV Bastard (MISTER MONSTER) - Bass
Matt Johnson - Drums
As previously reported, Graves will be embarking on a U.K. solo tour in August. U.S. dates with TRASHLIGHT VISION can be found at this location.
"Punk Rock Is Dead" was written, recorded and produced in 30 days. Mastering duties were handled by Alan Douches at West West Side Music. The import version will contain a newly mixed and mastered version of the song "Butchershop". Audio samples of the cuts "Earth Vs. Spider" and "Punk Rock Is Dead" are available at this location.
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