Former MISFITS Frontman Cancels U.K. Tour

Former MISFITS vocalist Michale Graves was forced to cancel his U.K. solo tour because he "could not get a visa to enter the country," according to published reports. No further information is currently available.

Graves's new solo album, "Punk Rock Is Dead", was released in June via Horror High Records. The CD was written, recorded and produced in 30 days. Mastering duties were handled by Alan Douches at West West Side Music. Audio samples of the cuts "Earth Vs. Spider" and "Punk Rock Is Dead" are available at this location.

As previously reported, 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.

(Thanks: Jacko Darkwhispers)

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